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Foreword 



Class of 1957, for two years you have been unified. 
You have worked, laughed, and studied together. You have 
been challenged with many problems and have risen above 
them all. For many years to come people will remember the 
spirit and skill with which you put forth every activity,- your 
Junior Prom, your class play and now your yearbook. 

As you have mastered these things, can each one of 
you go forth into the world, a young man or woman, to be 
successful in your life? 

"Youth replies, 1 can'." 

Students of Silver Lake Regional High School, Faculty 
and Friends, the senior class of 1957 brings to you their 
last combined effort and perhaps their greatest accomplish- 
ment; their edition of the "Torch." 

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Administration 

Dedication 

School Board 

Faculty 

Seniors 

Underclassmen 

Vocational 

Organizations 

Activities 

Advertisements 




CHESTER T. RAY 

As this yearbook is printed, you, the student body, will have been asso- 
ciated with Silver Lake for two years. It is my firm conviction that the vast 
opportunities offered by the school are beginning to be felt in many, many 
directions. 

Academically you have been challenged to do more work. Vocationally, 
Silver Lake offers one of the greatest opportunities in the area. Practical 
observation indicates that you are finding this opportunity and are begin- 
ning to make real progress. 

However, we have just scratched the surface of the real potential that 
your school offers. The future is in your hands, students. To make the most 
of it you must recognize your opportunities and make the most of them. It 
is wholly up to you! 

"Coming together is a beginning,- 
Keeping together is progress; 
Working together is success." 

—Henry Ford 



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FRANCIS M. MORAN 

"Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he 
is old, he will not depart from it." These biblical words 
have formed the basis for education down through the 
ages. Our most difficult task is to find a way to show the 
young and inexperienced what the experienced, but not 
necessarily old, eyes of the adult know to be the right way. 
It is the hope of every teacher that each new class will 
find something to give purpose to their schooling and that 
as graduates they will be better prepared to fit into the 
adult world. 




LLOYD M. CREIGHTON 

The class of 1957 has chosen a very 
significant class motto: "Youth Replies; 'I 
can'." "Can" expresses primarily a posi- 
tive power of acting. Thoreau has said; 
"Man's capacities have never been meas- 
ured; nor ore we to judge of what he can 
do by any precedents, so little has been 
tried." No man -can do all things. The 
class of 1957 as a group should certainly 
say "I can." 

Possunt, quid posse vindentue. (They 
can because they think they can.) I sin- 
cerely trust that you will. 



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Dedication 



Each one of us in this graduating class of 1957 is truly thankful that we have had 
the good fortune to be under the able guidance of Mrs. Churchill and Mr. Hand 
during our two years at Silver Lake. They have given freely of their understanding and 
wisdom in an effort to guide us, no matter what the problem might be. As we come to 
the close of our senior yeor we sincerely hope that our growth in maturity will moke 
them feel that their efforts on our behalf hove been justified. 

The influence of a wise teacher does not terminate when a student graduates. It 
continues to be felt through the years. On many occossions the counsel and advice 
given during that period will linger in our minds that we may profit from it. 

Mrs. Churchill and Mr. Hand, in gratitude and appreciation for the unselfish and 
ever present leadership which you have given us, we dedicate to you, this, our edition 
of The Torch. 

The Seniors 






School Board 



FIRST ROW: Robert J. Springer, George W. Cushman, Henry E. Bryant, Orfeo H. Sgarzi. SECOND ROW: 
Richard K. Baltzer, John R. Farmer, John DufFy Jr., Richard C. Hammond, Robert R. Barbieri. 



Faculty 




Robert J. Andrews 


Evelyn L. Banta 


Thomas C. Barham 


Mary Belcher 


Saroh Bennett 


Art, Baton Twirling. 


General Business, Eco- 


Social Science, American 


Home Economics. 


English and Litero 




nomic Geography, Retail 


History, Problems of De- 




ture. 




Merchandising, Freshmnn 


mocracy, Student Coun- 








Class Advisor, Cheer- 


cil. 








leaders. 











L. J. Bertocchi 


Sallee BielskI 


Ralph H. Binns III 


Sylvia Bjornholm 


Robert M. Boordman 


Vocational Social Studies, 


Physical Education, Girls 


Carpentry Related, Eng- 


Math, Eighth Grade Moth 


Vocational Carpentry 


Driver Education. 


Field Hockey, Girls Bas- 
ketball, Girls Tennis. 


lish. 


Club. 






Margaret Boornazian 

Typewriting 




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Winifred Chartier 


Mary C. Cherry 


Ralph Chouinard 


Lilias F. Cingolani 


Home Economics 


English, Sophomore Class 


Music Supervisor, Band, 


Chemistry and General 




Advisor. 


Glee Club. 


Science, Science Club, 
Girl's Basketball (2nd 
Team). 





Justin L. Cobb 


Walter Crossley 


Lauretta M. Cushing 


Richard M. Deasy 


MiidrecT Delapa 


Physical Education, 


Industrial Arts, (Junior 


Educational Clinic 


History and Civics, De- 


Latin 


Gym Club, Freshman 


High) 




bating Club. 




Basketball, Track, 










Football. 














John DeMille 


Eva Ellis 


Karl H. Erikson 


Helen Peterson 


Joseph P. Freitas 


Health 


English, Social Studies, 
Literature. 


Agriculture, Future Farm- 
ers of America. 


School Nurse 


Math, Science. 



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Robert Gildea 
Science, Math. 



Patricia L. Goldmann 

English, Social Studies. 



Arthur Hand 
Director of Guidance. 
Senior Class Advisor. 



Olive M. Hossen 

Music— Junior Class. 



Clarence Heufelder 

General Science. 




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Anna Hill 




Roland C. Kimball 


Ernest MacFadgen 


Stanley Mackum 


John H. McCormick 


Co-Advisor of 


Torch. 


English. Key Club, Co- 


Jr. High Physciol Ed. 


World History, Civics, 


English first and sec 


English. 




Advisor of Torch. 


Assistant Football, Head 
of Basketball, Assistant 
Track. 


Career Planning. Future 
Teachers of America. 


ond year. 





Maurice M. Moron 


Emily K. Nickerson 


Marie Lucier 


Dorothy W. Oliver 


George C. O'Neil 


Auto Related. Vocational 


Stenography, Bookkeep 


Cafeteria, Dietician. 


Senior Work Experience 


Math, Science. Assist- 


School Student Council. 


ing, Typing, Law— Sales. 




(OfFice Practice). 


ant Baseball Coach. 



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Marion B. Opachinski 

Mathematics and Sci- 
ence. National Monor 
Society. 



Edward Parks 

Mathematics and Science 
(Junior High}^ Cross Coun- 
try, Airplane C^ub. 



Robert L. Pooler 

Biology and General Sci- 
ence, Dramatics Club, 
J.V. Basketball, Varsity 
Baseball, Intramurals. 



Genevieve M. Pratt 
High School Home Eco- 
nomics, Home Economics 
Club. 



Donald H. Randall 

Geometry, General Math, 
Business Arithmetic Cam- 
era Club. 




Richard C. Rooche 


Marjorie L. Rounds 


Anthony Sirrico 


John A. Smith, Jr. 


Doris E. Taber 


English and Social 


Algebra 1 and Business 


American History. Junior 


English Composition and 


Librarian. Library Club. 


Studies. 


Math. 


High Student Council, 
Faculty Manager. 


Literature, Chess Club. 






Richard J. Thomas 


Froncis Vaiois 


Mary E. Weber 


Barbara E. Cote 


Mae Svirslcy 


Auto Repair 


French. French Club 


French III, Spanish 1, II, 
English 22A. Future 
Teachers of America, 
Senior Class Ploy. 


School Secretary. 


Vocational School Secre 
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PRESIDENT 
GEOFFREY WAYNE SMITH "jeff" 

"Wisdom he has, and to his wisdom courage; temper to that and 

unto all success." 
As everyone knows, we've got the best class president ever— why? Be- 
cause it's Jeff! Don't let those "cat" shirts lead you astray; Jeff is one 
of the "fellas" and a true friend to all. He may be seen in a '50 Ford— 
what did you say, you're trying to make It noisy? 

Class President 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook 
Staff 2,3,4; Glee Club 4; Dramatics Club 3; Rifle Club 3; Chorus 2,3; 
Band 2,3,4; Track 3,4. 

VICE-PRESIDENT 

HOSEA JON BENSON "Hose" 

"Write me as one that loves his fellow man." 

What would Room 110 be without our fun loving Hose? His witty remarks 
liven up every place from the cafeteria at noon to the Canoe Club on 
Friday's. The best of luck, to you Hosea, you have been a wonderful 
and sincere friend. 
Class Vice-President 2,4; Dramatics Club 4. 



SECRETARY 
MARSHA LEE JOYCE 

"None— none on earth above her, to know her is to love her." 

Never a degrading word could be uttered about our Marsha. She has 
olways been ready to help, join in all the fun and she looks like a per- 
fect lady who wouldn't over indulge in activities. She is one of the 
peppiest cheerleaders that Silver Lake ever will have. 

Class Vice-President 1,2; Secretary 3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Yearbook 
Staff 3,4; Athletic Association 2,3,4; Library Club 2,3; Glee Club 3,4; Dra- 
matics Club 2,3; Future Teachers of America 3,4; Chorus 2; Orchestra 1,2; 
Field Hockey 1,2; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Senior Class Play 4; DAR Girl 4. 



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TREASURER 
BRENDA MAY LORING 

"I am the very pink of courtesy." 

She's our class money holder and will be another efficient secretary from 
S.L.R.H.S. Dependable and helpful, Brendo is also known for that gigglel 
Class Treasurer 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 
3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; Field Hockey 1,2; Library Club 3,4; 
Cheerleader 2. 






HISTORIAN 
PRISCILIA COOK DEANE "pHs" 

"Joking and humor ore pleasant, and often to extreme utility." 
What are the girls going to do when you can no longer play sports 
with them? Hey, Pris, sing us a song. We know that any task you set 
out to do you will accomplish, but we still wish you "Good Luckl" 
Class Historian 4; Student Council 1,2,3; Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook 
Staff 1,2,3; Co-editor 4; Library Club 2,3,4; French Club 2; Basketball 1,2, 
3,4; Captain 3; Softball 1,2; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Tennis 3,4; Debate 
Club 4. 

STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT 
JAMES ADOLPH CORSI "Jimmy" 

"There's a time for some things, and time for all things, a time for 
great things and time for small things." 

Jimmy likes sports, as any basketball fan could see. He's Silver Lake's 
candidate for the Celtics. Always ready to join in the antics of the sen- 
iors, Jim has been on amiable classmate. 

Class President 1,2; Student Council 1,2,3,4; President 4; Honor Society 
2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Athletic Association 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 2; 
Chorus 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Co<aptain 4; Baseball 1; Football 3,4; 
Soccer 1; Track 3,4; Executive Board 3. 



FREDERICK RALPH ADAMS "Fred" 

"Oh! bless'd with temper whose unclouded ray. Con moke tomorrow 
cheerful today." 
Singer, dancer, actor or athelete, which, will Fred be? We know that 
whatever he does, he will be a success. Perhaps when the critics see our 
Class Play, he'll be on Broadway. By the way, how's your cor? 
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3; Cross Country 2; Senior Class Play 4. 

JON HURLE ALBERGHINI "Jon' 

"While the sun shines, moke your hay; that Is what the wise folks 
soy." 

Jon Is always full of fun, whether In or out of class. He certainly has 
a knock for brightening up the day. Jon's on outstanding basketball 
ployer, end a staunch class supporter. Good luck to one of the besti 
Glee Club 4; Chorus 3; Bosketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2; Football 3; Soc- 
cer 2; Track 3. 






WILLARD WOODBURY ANDERSON "Billy" 

"Do bold things In a quiet way." 

Billy's an expert in science and moth. Has it anything to do with the 
way he talks to himself? Cars, mechanical things in general, and driving 
are his likes. Driving to where. Bill? 

Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; 
Basketball 3,4; Football 2,3,4; Track 3; Senior Class Play 4. 

JOHN HENRY ANGLEY "Jack" 

"A man, he seems, of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows." 

Did you say you saw a green Oldsmobile convertible in Pembroke? Well, 
thats a surprise! Don't we usually see it down at house in Kings- 
ton? Next to the piano. Jack likes Kingston bestI We wonder why? 
Class President 1,2; Yearbook StafF 4; Dramatics Club 4; French Club 2; 
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Football 3; Soccer 1,2; Ex- 
ecutive Board 3,4; Senior Class Play 4. 



EDWARD ALLEN ANGUS "Red" 

"Not too good because the good die young; Not foolish, not seri- 
ous, just pleasantly happy." 

For being o "vocational" boy, this redhead really gets around. Red is 
capable of almost anything. Just take, for example, the swell job he 
did OS our football co-coptoinl We wish you the best of luck in what- 
ever you do. Red. 
Baseball 3,4; Football 2,3,4; Co-captain 4. 

RICHARD HENRY ANTONIOTTI "Dick" 

"He wears the rose of youth upon him." 
Dick is Silver Lake's answer to Santa Clous. He never frowns, but is 
always (usually) smiling. Very sports minded, Dick's a good sport him- 
self! 

Honor Society 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 3; Athletic Association 3,4; Glee 
Club 4; Football 3; Soccer 2. 




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PATRICIA ANN BADORE "Pat" 

"Only the sincere eon know sincerity." 
Pat may seem quiet, but don't let her fool you. That merry twinkle in 
her dark eyes gives her away. Did you ever hear her sing? Pat's lovely 
voice made her one of the outstanding contenders in the South Eastern 
Chorus last February. 
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Home Economics Club 4; Basketball I. 

ROBERT ERNEST BAKER "Bob" 

"A "lan of deeds they found him." 

Bob is another one of those boys who hibernates in the shop; hammer- 
ing or sawing on some article. You can bet that one of Bob's finished 
products is better than just goodi Bob is also a good man on the base- 
ball field. 
Baseball 1,3. 




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JANE LOUISE BALLARD "Jonie" 

"She cheers, she helps, she strengthens and aids." 
Janie is ready to help anyone in anything. An absolute whiz in math, 
Jane makes Mrs. Opachinski feel that her efPorts in teaching are not In 
vain. By the way, who's Pete? And where is your little grey beetle? 
Honor Society 3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Chorus 4; Basketball 1,2; Ex- 
ecutive Board 3,4; Cheerleader 3,4; Girls State 3. 

SUSAN KEENE BALTZER "Sue" 

"Life is a game that must be played, so live, laugh, and be not 
dismayed." 

If you see a blue Caddy flying low, it's probably Sue on her way to 
the roller skating rink. Can that girl skate! Full of fun is our Sue and 
she's a hard worker, too. Don'^ forget those P.J. parties and "Lilly May- 
belle." 

Yearbook Staff 1,2,4; Library Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 
4; French Club 2; Chorus 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Softball 1; Field Hockey 
1,2; Future Nurses Club 4; Home Economics Club 4. 



BRUCE ELWYN BEANE 

"He might be silent and not cast away his sentences in vain." 

Who lives in Carver, Bruce? Our "Johnny on the spot" can be seen at 
a certain gas station in Kingston. Bruce is known for his ability to handle 
cars, and that black '36 Ford of his is no exception! We still think you 
would moke a very dignified professor. 
Glee Club 4; Chorus 3; Senior Class Play 4; Basketball 1,2; Boys State 3. 

STEPHEN WIGGINS BENNETT "Steve" 

"No malice in his hand, no ruffles in his shirt." 
Steve's a brand new member this year. Have you seen that car of his? 
It certainly is different. Quiet, but nice, Steve has been a willing class 
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MELISSA ANNE BENSON "Meliss" 

"A good lough i$ sunshine in the house." 
Melissa is headed for business school; and then the secretarial field. She 
collects pop records and likes to cook. Are you preparing for that certain 
person at the University of Massachusetts? The best of luck in every- 
thing olwoysl 

Honor Society 2,3,4; Athletic Association 2,3,4; Library Club 4; Dramatics 
Club 2,3,4; Future Teachers of America 3; Softball 1,2; Field Hockey 1, 
2,3.4. 

DAVID LEWIS BILLINGS "Dove" 

"I hove been in such o pickle since I sow you last." 

David is another one of the boys v^ho odds sparkle to life in Room 110. 
Dove, where do you get your supply of jokes? You always seem to hove 
one on the tip of your tongue. All the luck to you in the future, Dave 
Dramatics Club 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4. 



JEANNETTE LEE BILLINGS 

"What wisdom con you find that is greater than kindness." 

Jeannette has a kind word and deed for everyone. She is very-good 
natured and always ready for a laugh. A really red haired red-head 
is Jeonnettel 
Dramatics Club 3,4; Chorus 3,4; Basketball 4; Future Nurses Club 4. 

ILONA ELLEN BLOM "Lona" 

"The most useless day of all is that in which we have not laughed." 
Mono's friendly, carefree smile puts everyone in a gay mood. Her witty 
remarks will liven up any class or party. Then 'here is Bob and his 
hot Ford. Mono's winning personality will make her a favorite wherever 
she goes. 

Yearbook Staff 1,4; Library Club 2; Glee Club 4; French Club 2; Basket- 
ball 1,2; Field Hockey 1; Future Nurses 4; Home Economics Club 4; Dra- 
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ALLAN CHARLES BONNEAU "Al" 

"Leisure is the best of all possessions." 

Al appears quiet, but oh! how he changes when he takes those frequent 
trips to Brockton, With that Chicago hair cut he is quite a charmer with 
the customers at Tedeschi's. Good luck in your Naval Career, Al. 

MEREDITH ANN BOSTOCK "Merry" 

"It adds a precious seeing to the eye." 
Merry is the attractive brunette one see's around the school. She's one 
of the gals cheering our boys on to victory at all gomes. As on ex- 
cellent student. Merry will surely be outstanding in her nursing career. 
Class Secretary 1,2; Glee Club 4; Dramatics Club 3,4; French Club 2; 
Library Club 2; Chorus 1,2; Cheerleoding 1,2,3,4; Future Nurses Club 4; 
Home Economics Club 4. 





JOAN ADRIENNE BOUDREAU 'Joni" 

"A thing of beauty is a joy forever; for its loveliness increases." 
Who's that dancing? Why Joni of coursel Always full of fun end pep, 
she's been an asset to our cheerleaders. We know a certain boy who 
would readily echo all the nice things we might say about her. 
Class Treasurer 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Library Club 3; Glee Club 3,4; Dra- 
matics Club 4; French Club 2; Chorus 1,2; Cheerleading 1,2,3,4; Future 
Nurses Club 4; Home Economics Club 4. 

ANN ELIZABETH BRAY "Annie" 

"It is not good that the man should be alone." 

Which .of the Ann squares ore you looking for? The one with the big 
brown eyes? That's Ann Bray. Hove you been to the Canoe Club lately 
Ann, and how ore the 3 — D's? Annie will surely prove herself a wonder- 
ful nurse with her warm, friendly manner. 

Yearbook StafF 4; Library Club 2,3; Glee Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 4; 
Chorus 2; Cheerleading 2,3,4; Future Nurses Club 4. 



ANTHONY ARNOLD CALDERA "Tony" 

"He hath a heart as sound as a ball." 
Tony's most content when he is in his Ford, zooming around town. He 
has a wonderful, funloving nature which we all enjoy. Best of luck, Tony, 
you deserve it. 

Yearbook StafF 3,4; Dramatics Club 2,4; Chorus 4; Band 1; Baseball 1; 
Football 3. 

MARILYN FAIRBANKS CALVERT "Mai" 

"Free from cares, serene and gay, she passes all her untro'ibled 
hours away." 

Marilyn's contagious smile, warm personality and dependability will stand 
her in good stead when she becomes a nurse. It will be hard work, 
but, oh, those lucky patientsi 
Glee Club 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 3,4; Chorus 3; Future Nurses Club 4. 









JOSEPH FRANCIS CAPERELLO "Jo«" 

"To have thought, to have done." 
Joe is very mechanically minded. He's most content when he has a wrench 

in one hand and a screwdriver in the other. Fixing cars is more than a 
hobby to him. Joe, a sincere and friendly person, is a good candidate 
for Good Will Ambassador. 
Baseball 2. 

DEAN JOHN CARTER 

"Better late than never." 
Dean is the boy with the deep voice. Do you remember the Christmas 
Assembly put on by o'jr doss '56 and Dean's musical portrayal of one 
of the Wise Men? Very good Dean. By the way, what is an 
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WILLIAM MICHAEL GARY "Bill" 

"And the thoughts of youth are long, long thoughts." 

Bill is an auto mechanic man. He knows as much about a car as o 
professional mechanic. Bill's ability to make friends should be a valuable 
asset in the future, even though he seems very shy at times. If you don't 
believe us, ask him. 

RACHEL MAE CAVANAUGH 

"Her aid, her manners, all who saw admired." 
Rachel is headed for Moss. State as a Home Economics major. A terrible 
passion for joining committees infected her when she was small and now 
she is o member of almost any club you con name. Just look below — 
How do you manage to do all those things anyway? 

Honor Society 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Library Club 4; Glee Club 3,4; 
Dramatics Club 2,4; Future Teachers of America 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Basket 
ball 1,2; Softball 2; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Senior Class Play 4; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 4; Girls State 3. 





LEE JANE CAVI 

"If I do not understand; I pause, I examine." 

One of Lee's many sayings is, "It's fun to pass in extra credit." After 

that terrific performance in our Senior Class Play, maybe we'll be seeing 

Lee in Hollywood. At present she is headed for Fitchburg State Teachers 

College. 

Honor Society 2,3,4; Yearbook StofF 3,4; Library Club 4; Dramatics Club 

2,3,4; Future Teachers of America 3,4; Chorus 2; Senior Class Play 4. 

ROBERT REYNOLDS CUSHMAN "Bob" 

"Greatest Geniuses hove the shortest biographies." 
Bob is very quiet, but he can talk a real "blue-streak" on cars. Natu- 
rally he is in the automotive department of Silver Lake. Why did you 
trade your little car for a larger one. Bob? Did you grow? 
Baseball 4; Cross Country 4. 



DELORES JEANETTE DEAN 

"Patience, in patience there is safety." 

Delores is on excellent seamstress. Did you know that she makes almost all 
of her own clothes? She also likes listening to the radio. Don't ever get 
her laughing, she won't stop! 
Chorus 1. 

RAYMOND WILLIAM DUNN "Benji" 

"The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure and pleasure 
my business." 

Benji may be shy but maybe someone from Whitman knows better, huh? 
Besides that, Benji's really "gone" on hotrods and custom cars. This in- 
terest in cars shows, when you see him zooming along in that sleek, baby 
blue Ford. We know Benji is headed for further work in mechanics, and 
we wish him success. 






JUDITH DIANE DUTCHER "Jody" 

"Her sunshine plays upon thee." 
What do you mean by that? Oh, Judy, if you only knew. How is that 
blonde friend of yours? Hove you used his car lately? With your "private" 
sense of humor and infectious smile, we know that you will always have 
many friends. 

Library Club 2; Glee Club 4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; Field 
Hockey 4. 

MARGARET ALLISON EARLY "Peggy" 

"It is a woman's reason to say I will do such a thing because I will." 
"Peg" always has o cheerful "Good-Morning" and a happy disposition 
which always mokes her stand out in a crowd. If you look real close, 
you can see the devil in her eyes. Peg intends to moke nursing her 
career — How lucky can o sick person be?! 

Yearbook SfofP 4; Glee Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 4; French Club 2,3; 
Chorus 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Field Hockey I; Future Nurses Club 4; Debate 
Club 4. 





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JOAN FRANCES ESTES "Joni" 

"I have no other but a womans reason: I think him so because I 
think him so." 

At first glance, Joni seems to be the shy, sweet type of o girl, but turn 
your back and she does an about face by becoming witty and gay. Be- 
sides nursing, Joni likes dancing, especially with Richard. 
Student Council 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Camera Club 1; Biology Club 2. 

ALLEN BRACKETT FERGUSON "Fergie" 

"Fit for every change and chance." 

"Fergie" is a good-natured likeable boy whose hidden (??) talent is top 
dancing. Rumor has it that his favorite dish is Jean. Who's she, Fergie? 
Rifle Club 3; Chorus 1; Basketball 2; Cross Country 2. 



JEAN VAUGHN FLEH "Jeonnie" 

"It's nice to be natural when it's natural to be nice." 

Jeonnie's as quiet as a mouse during classes, but outside we understand 

she can really let off steam. Don't they soy, "Big surprises come in small 

packages?" 

Yearbook Staff 4; Student Council 2,3; Glee Club 4; Dramatics Club 4. 

EVELYN LOUISE FOGG "Ev" 

"The reward of a thing well done is to have done it." 
"But we want something different!" And you can be darn sure our little 
artist, "Ev", will come up with it. She's always full of pep, bounce, in- 
telligence, and information on the latest with her and John. 
Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Staff l,2,3,-*; Library Club 1,2,3,4; French 
Club 2,3; Chorus 2; Softball 1,2; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Tennis 3; Cheer- 
leading 1,2,3,4; Girls State 3. 




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WILLIAM LOUIS FORNACIARI "Billy" 

"A most happy-go-lucky Romeo." 

"Bill" is never at a loss for friends. If he's not out with the boys you 
con be sure he's either at some girl's house in Kingston or Carver, or 
at that well-known meeting place in Pembroke. We soy two words Ir 
parting— Girls, Beware— Bill feels that every man has been granted with 
"The Happiness of Pursuit." 

Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Rifle Club 3.4; 
Chorus 2,3; Track 3,4; Senior Class Play 4. 

NEIL ALLAN GARNETT 

"A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men." 
Neil comes from the vocational part of Silver Lake. Where di dyou get 
that curly hair? What are Neil's hobbits? He listeO: hot rods, customs, 
girls, and more girls. 



PATRICIA ANN GARUTI "Pat" 

"Underneath the laughter — sincerity." 

Did you see that yellow convertible with the top down? And did you 
hear that radio blaring? That could be none other than Pat. She claims 
she likes to "listen" to her radio How could she help it? Good luck in 
your nursing career, Pat! 

Honor Society 2,3,4; Library Club 4; Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4; Chorus 2; 
Basketball 1,2; Field Hockey 1; Senior Class Play 4. 

SHIRLEY ANN GOVONi "Shlrl" 

"I hove to live for others and not for myself." 

"Shirl" is the gal who loves French. Will you send us a postcard when 
you reach France? She has a sunny smile which reveals a happy dis- 
position. Shirley just loves to read good books. Next year, she plans to 
go to Washington to study teaching. 

Honor Society 2,3; Yearbook Staff 4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Future Teachers 
of America Club 3,4; Chorus 1,2. 





JACQUELINE PHYLLIS GRANT "Jackie" 

"True happiness (if understood) consists alone in doing good." 

Jackie always has a smile and a friendly "Hello" for everyone. A eolly 

good sport, Jackie is an important member of the girls' athletic teams. 

Watch out for those city boys, Jackie! 

Student Council 2,3; Yearbook Staff 2; Comero Club 1,2,3,4; Library Club 

2,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 4; Future Teachers of America 3; 

Chorus 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 2,3,4; Senior Class Play 

4. 

NANCY ELLEN HAMILTON "Noncy" 

"Both wise and both delightful, too." 

Steady, loyal and true ore characteristic adjectives which make Nancy 
the deserving person she is. Always ready to give a helping hand, that's 
Nancy. Through her school years, she has served the group by being a 
balance and a lever, in all class activities. By the way, who's Normie? 
Student Council 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Athletic Association 1,2,3,4; 
Library Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, 
3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3,4; Future Nurses Club 4; Senior Class Play 4. 






PETER HAMILTON "Gos Hondo' 

"Born with the gift of laughter and o sense that the world is 
mad." 

Class Tease! Gus is Nancy's "Ml" Brother. He has a greet sense of humor 

that will brighten any corner he gets stuck in, though he seldom is 

alone. 

Glee Club 4; Drocatics Club 2,3,4; Chorus 2,3; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Band 

1,2,3,4; Basketball 2; Senior Class Play 4. 

ANN GARDNER HENRICH "Annie" 

"Happy am I; From care I'm freel Why aren't they all contented 
like me?" 
If you're laboring under the illusion that Ann is quiet, stop! She's got a 
sense of humor second to none, and you should see that gal cook! With 
her patience and dependability we predict a wonderful future in nursing 
for Ann. 

Class Vice-President 1; Yearbook Staff 4; Library Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 
3,4; Dramatics Club 4; French Club 2; Chorus 1,2; Future Nurses Club 4. 



JUDITH ANNE HIRD "Judy" 

"Don't be defeated before you start." 

Judy always hos something on her mind. She's an expert swimmer and 
likes to read. What goes on at "FED" meetings, Judy?! 
Library Club 3; Glee Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Chorus 2; Basket- 
ball 2; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Tennis 4; Future Nurses Club 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4. 

RICHARD ERIC JONES "Ricky" 

"Every age hos its style of wit." 
Anyone say "porfy?" That suits our Rick just fine. Aside from that we're 
sure that he will be o success because he is an excellent student and 
has a winning personality. 

Student Council 1,2,3; Honor Society 3; Camero Club 3; Glee Club 4; 
Dramatics Club 4; French Club 2; Rifle Club 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Soccer 
1,2; Track 3,4; Boys State 3. 





BEVERLY ANN JUNKINS "Bev" 

"Where did you get your eyes so blue? Out of the sky as I came 
through." 
Bev came to us just this year, and how could we help liking this little 
Miss whose eyes sporkle and betray her every thought? She ploys the 
guitar and love to bop— California style, that is. Of course we can't for- 
get the Air Force and Bill. 
Dramatics Club 4; Cheerleading 4; Glee Club 4. 

SHEILA DORIS KRUGER 

"A wild nature, and a soft heart." 

"Would anyone care for a dill pickle?" Sheila is a good ice skater and 
on avid movie— goer. She is contented to sit on her front porch oil 
afternoon listening to good music. Good music? 
Chorus 1,2; Basketball 2; Softball 1. 



JOYCE ELIZABETH LAINE "Honey" 

"Enjoy today — tomorrow may never come." 

A quief exterior often conceals much. Who's the latest flame, Joyce? An 
efficient secretary, Joyce will make some boss happy, soon. 
Dramatics Club 4,- Chorus 1; Field Hockey 1,2,4. 

ROBERT EDWARD LA ROCHE "Bob" 

"He worries not; he hurries not; his calm is undisturbed." 

Did any one happen to see Bob? Who's that? Well he's a six-footer, 
has dark wavy hair and big brown eyes. Those, together with his brood 
smile (ever-ready), are his big assets. Did you soy only? Take it easy 
on the girls. Bob. 

Chorus 2,3,4; Rifle Club 3,4; Soccer 1; Tennis 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Sen- 
ior Class Play 4. 








BEVERLY MAE LEE "Bev" 

"Lady, throw back thy raven hair." 

Bev is the artistic type, and a work of ort herself. Ready and willing 
to try something different or be of service to all who ask her for help; 
ore just a few of the things she is known for. Although her attitudes 
towards various things often had the class mystified we did our best to 
understand. How were we, Bev? 

Class Secretory 1,2; Yearbook Staff 2,3,4; Library Club 2; Glee Club 3, 
4; Dramatics Cluh 2; Chorus 1,2. 

DONALD ANTHONY LOPES "Don" 

"Do bold things in a quiet way." 

Don's a real gentlemen who loves rock n' roll, especially if it's Fats 
Domino. He's often seen on a basketball court or a baseball field. Best 
of luck in all you attempt, Don. 

Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 1,2; Basketball 2,3, Co-Cap- 
tain 4; Baseball 2,3,4; Track 3,4; Boys State 3. 



SYLVIA MAY LORING 

"She quits the narrow path of sense for a dear ramble through 
impertinence." 

Sylvia likes New Hampshire, good parties (?), and having fun. This, plus 
the fact that she dislikes homework describes her as a typical teener, 
which she was at last reports. Full of fun every day— Sylvia— we hope you 
stay that way. 

Yearbook Staff 3,4; Athletic Association 2; Glee Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 
1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,2,3; Tennis 3,4. 

VIRGINIA MacKENZIE "Ginger" 

"Sugar and spice and everything nice, that's what little girls are 
mode of." 

Ginger's going to business school. She never complains and is usually 
buzzing around working on some project. Ginger's noted for "oodles" of 
clothes and was voted "cutest" girl in the class. Can you blame us? 
Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3; Future Teachers of 
America 3,4; Chorus 2; Basketball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 2; Senior Class Ploy 




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BETSY MARIE MAIELLANO "Betsy" 

"He's a fool, who thinks by force or skill, to turn the current of 
a women's will." 
Did you reod the above quotation? Well, thot's our Betsy. She's plonning 
to enter a very competitive field, interior decoration, and nothing will 
stop her. She claims she wants to be a career girl, but, under hobbies, 
she has listed something that might change that— boys— I 
Class OflTice 2; Yearbook Staff 2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4; Chorus 1,2. 

JEAN ELLEN McCUE "Jeannie" 

"A perfect woman, nobly planned to worm to comfort, and to 
command." 

Long and lithe, Jeannie seems to be perfectly mode to become a model. 

Jean's another one of the quiet girls who becomes a live-wire after 

school hours. With her genial nature, Jean will never be at a loss for 

friends. 

Library Club 3,4; Glee Club 4; French Club 4; French Club 2,3; Chorus 

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PATRICIA McMANUS "Pot" 

"It's happy goes as lucky goes." 
Pat is one of the live-wires of our class. Always reody and rorin' to go, 
she has been lots of fun. Her ability for being a good worker will surely 
help her in whatever she does. Best of Luck! 
Library Club 2; Glee Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Field Hockey 1,4. 

RICHARD HENRY MERRILL "Dick" 

"There was a twinkle in his eye, yet, deviltry in his smile." 
Dick's that good looking blond from Pembroke who really bowled the 
Kingston girls over when he entered Silver Lake. Always fun at a party, 
decoration committee meetings, or just plain get-togettiers, Dick has reolly 
been a boost to our class. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Rifle Club 3,4; Chorus 
1,3; Basketball 2; Soccer I; Track 2,3; Tennis 3,4. 



ROBERTA ELIZABETH MERRY "Bobbi" 

"She's oil my fancy painted her." 
Bobbi likes life. You should hear her tolk about it. Don't ever get this 
girl laughing, she won't be able to stop! For anyone who is interested, 
Bobbi works ot Skippy's. 
Glee Club 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4. 

LOUISA WHILLIAMENA MILBERY "Loo" 

"Silence is deep as eternity, speech is shallow as time." 
Lou appears quiet, if you don't know her. But, oh, what happens at those 
4-H fairs and shindigs? Just mention the name Roy, ond Lou is oil ears. 
Good luck in the future to you. 
Library Club 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4. 








RICHARD STANLEY MILES "Dick" 

"Come, give us a taste of your quality." 
Dick is one of the nice new additions to our class. Do you like Silver 
Lake better than Hanover, Dick? You'd betterl Dick likes all outdoor sports, 
expecially hunting and fishing. 

FFA Fryeburg Academy, Maine,- Traffic Club, Hanover High 3; FFA re- 
porter 4 

JANICE DEMPSEY MOSHER "Jan" 

"Her deep blue eyes smile constantly, as if they hold a secret." 
Maybe Jan gets that pretty smile from sleeping late. You do like to sleep 
don't you, Jan? How do you jump so high when you ore cheering? Not 
everyone could do thnt after one of those oizza partiesi 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4; Student Council 4; Cheerleader 4; Girl's 
Gym Club 4; Class Ploy 4. 



JANICE ANN NAVA "Jon" 

'The small, sweet voice of a small, sweet girl." 

She's pretty, she's engaged— to whom?— Why Dickie, of coursel That name 
rings a bell in Jan's head. Jan seldom frowns but always seems happy. 
P.S. She's a real nifty dresser. 
Glee Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 2; Chorus 1,2. 

PATRICIA ANN NOWLIN "Pot" 

Red hair at night, a boy's delight." 
Pat, where did you get that beautiful red hair? Pat's crazy about rock 'n 
roll music and dancing, arid is always ready to "Let the Good Times 
Roll." Rumor has it, or is it a fact, that you hove an interest in Brock- 
ton High. Huh? 
Chorus 1,2,3,4. 







JOANN OVERTON "Jo" 

"Domestic happiness! Thou only bliss." 
Jo has a dispostion that is as sunny as her hair. She likes music, dancing 
and (what's this?)— drinking coffeel Joonn, why are you interested in 
France and Air Force? 
Glee Club 4; Chorus 3. 

HELEN RUTH PAINE 

"There is a garden in her face. Where roses and white lilies grow." 
Helen likes to both play and watch sports. Have you ever seen her at 
Edaville? More likely you've seen her with a certain senior boy. Whoever 
said this girl was quiet?l 

Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 1; Chorus 3,4; Basketball 3,4; Senior Class 
Ploy 4. 





LAUREL DIANE PARKER "Laurie" 

"To imagine is everything." 

Laurie is known for her well-written poems. Her angelic green eyes be- 
tray many things; but we know the devil lurks beneath them. What happens 
on those trips to Boston that mokes you like them so much, Laurie? 
Yearbook Staff 3,4; Glee Club 4; Dramatics Club 3; Chorus 2,3; Senior 
Class Play 4. 

RONALD IVAN PARKER "Ronnie" 

"My own thoughts are my companions." 

Ronnie's always ready with a witty remark. They surprise you, coming 
from such a quiet guy. i?i His favorite basketball team is the Celtics, 
and of course, he likes rock n' roll. We wish you the best of luck, Ronnie. 
Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 3; Baseball 2. 



MARTHA SHAW PEDERSEN "Marty" 

"She come among strangers, but she fared well." 

Martha come to Silver Lake High from Pennsylvania, bringing with her 
that cute Dutch haircut and a captivating accent. She has shown her 
class spirit by readily taking part in many activities. Glad to have you 
aboard, Marty! 

Yearbook Staff 2,3; Glee Club 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 2,3; Chorus 1,2, 
3; Orchestra 3. 

JUDITH GRACE PEHRSON "Jodi" 

"Quietness and confidence shall be your strenght." 
Did you say "Red?" Who's that Judy? To meet your June deadline on 
the hope chest we know that your knack for sewing will come in handy. 
Judi may be quiet in class, but afterwards there is just no stopping her! 
Camera Club 2,3; Library Club 4; Glee Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Chorus 
1,2; Senior Class Play 4. 







LEONICE ANN PERRY "lee" 

"I dare do all that may become a youth." 

The little girl with the flaming temper, Lee has a mind of her own. Our 
smart Miss Duxbury Days of 1955 has a liking for the Clear Pond Rifle 
Club. Could that be because of a certain person named Roy? 
Honor Society 2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 2; Chorus 1,2; Softball 
1,2. 

MERRILYN VIOLA PIERCE 

"And wild to hold, though I seem tame." 
Merrilyn is quiet and serious, concealing a gigglish manner which pos- 
sesses her at times. She has a passion for driving borrowed cars. Anyone 
for a pajama party? 
Glee Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Chorus 1,2,3. 



ARNOLD LAWRANCE PINKHAM "Pinky' 

"Men of few words ore the best men." 
"Pinky", one of our easy going members, just loves work!? Cars too! 
Pinky can be depended upon to do his share in brightening any place 
he may go. 
Student Council 2,- Rifle Club 1; Basketball 2; Track 2. 

FREDERICK ARTHUR RANDALL "Fred" 

"Happiness comes from the health of the soul." 
Fred's foot was always a little bit heavy on the accelerator in Driver 
Training. Were Mr. Bertocchi's efforts to no avail? To you, Fred, we leave 
any long, desolate highway. 






VIRGINIA DAWN RANDALL "Ginny" 

"Whose face is this, so musically fair?" 
Our little Ginny is one of the snappiest dressed gals in the Senior Class. 
What would our assemblies be without one of the Seniors playing the 
organ? We wish you success with everything you do. 

Executive Board 3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook StofF 4; Athletic Associ- 
ation 2; Glee Club 3,4; French Club 4; Chorus 2; Field Hockey; Girls 
State 3. 

MARGARET" ANNE RUPRECHT "Peggy" 

"She smiles and smiles and never complains." 
Peggy is another cute little blonde who has to look up to everybody 
except the seventh graders. Being a senior makes you feel bigger, though, 
doesn't it. Peg!? 
Glee Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2,4; Chorus 1,2. 



THOMAS MARTIN ROACH "Tom" 

"His mind, his kingdom, end his will his law." 

Tom joined our class from Boston English High School. Is it true that you 
like poker, gambling and pool? We got the idea you were rather quiet. 
Do all red-heads have a hot temper, Tom? We don't have that impression. 
Boston English High School— French Club 3. 

DANIEL JOSEPH SANTOS "Danny" 

"The style is the man himself." 

A snappy dresser and friendly sense of humor describe Danny to a "T" 
Danny is a kind of mysterious lad, but he is well liked by everyone. He 
is the best class marsholl Silver Lake ever had. 

Class Vice-President 3, Executive Board 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Athletic Asso- 
ciation 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1,2; Football 3; 
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DOROTHY ANN SHAWLES "Dotty" 

"Loyalty is the greatest good in the human heart." 
Dotty, could you tell us what you and Carol are forever talking about 
during classes? We hear you ore pretty good at roller-skating. Would 
you like to teach us someday? The whole class that isll 
Glee Club 1,2,3; Chorus 2. 

JOSEPH PATRICK SHAY "Joe" 

"Quietness is best" 
Joe may seem quiet, but remember, you con never judge o book by its 
cover! Say, Joe, did the girls give you a hard time in driver training? 
That's too bad. We wish you the best of luck. 
Vocational Student Council 3. 






NORMAN CHASE SHEPARD "Normie" 

"He's proud, fantastic, apt to change, restless at home, and ever 
prone to range." 

Normie has a way with cars. They may not look like much when he 
first buys them, but when he has them finished, Normie's cars ore the 
best looking and the best running cars on the rood to— Kingston, of 
course. Is Nancy a hobby or a personal interest. Norm? 
Chorus 1,3; Track 4. 

BRENDA SHORT "Bren" 

"I would not live without the love of my friends." 
Say Brenda, what's under that quiet exterior of yours? She likes to roller 
skate. Brenie, by the way, is very active at all the pajama parties given 
by "THE GANG." This gal is often seen with Annie W. 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 4. 



ARLINE MARIE SILVA "Lennie" 

"Tho all is still, there is mischief afoot." 

Arline has added much pep and zip to the class of "57." We hear that 

you have an interest in the Armed Forces. (?) Arline is never at a loss 

as what to say. 

Athletic Association 2; Chorus 4; Basketball 1,2; Softball 1,2; Field Hockey 

1,2. 

RICHARD LEWIS SIMMONS "Dickie" 

"What olive and so bold." 

Dickie says that he doesn't exactly like girls. However we bet he knows 
when they are around! Have you ever seen this boy's Chevy? It's quite 
the Cor! 
Student Council 4; Rifle Club 3; Football 4; Track. 






ALFRtD JOSEPH SOUZA "Al" 

"Knowledge is proud that he has learn'd so much." 
Being a typical senior, Alfred is involved in many extra-curricular activi- 
ties. How did you ever manage to control those "orderly" Honor Society 
meetings? We know that you will make a wonderful teacher. 
Honor Society 2,3,4; Library Club 3; Chorus 1,3; Senior Class Play; Future 
Teachers of America 4; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Assistant Editor 3; Co-Editor 
4; Boys State 3. 

CAROLYN SPRINGER 

"An angelic face but a mischievious mind." 
Don't let the size of this gal fool you. She's really a bombshell in dis- 
guise. If you have ever seen her cheer, you know what we mean. We 
hear you once had an idea for having a Hobo Hop? (Huh)? Best of 
luck always. 

Yearbook Staff 3; Glee Club 1; Dramatics Club 3; Chorus 2,3; Cheer- 
leader 3,4. 



ROBERT CHARLES STANGHELLINI "Bob" 

"Pleasure and action make the hours seem short." 

The athletic teams of Silver Lake are really going to miss this boy. 
Usually Bob is seen with Danny and John. When you see this com- 
bination, watch out! You can be sure something is up! 

Athletic Association 2; Chorus 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; 
Football 3,4; Soccer 1,2. 

WILLIAM OSMOND STODDER "Bill" 

"Men of few words are the best men." 
Bill is friendly and quiet, but there is a merry twinkle in his eyes that 
suggest mischief. My how that boy does blush.. He prefers riding horse- 
back to driving a car, although he can do both equally as well. 
Future Farmers of America, Vice-President 4. 





ROBERT GEORGE STURTEVANT "Bob" 

"Every man is the maker of his own fortune." 

Bob builds model planes that could, for sure, be mistaken for real ones. 
How do you moke them so exact in detail? To one of the real "Brains" 
in English we say, "Good Luck." (As if you need it)! 

Honor Society 3,4; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2. 
Boys State 3. 

GAIL PATRICIA TASSINARI "Tossy" 

"Trouble is small, fun great, life beautiful." 

What's in Marshfield, Gail? Only a roller skating rink? She loves danc- 
ing and music. Gail is another one of future teachers, who may be seen 
at Tassy's, of course! 

Library Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4; Yearbook Staff 3,4; Athletic Asso- 
ciation 2,3; Glee Club 4; Chorus 1,2,3; Basketball 2,4; Field Hockey 3,4; 
Tennis 4. 



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CHARLES HOWARD TEWKSBURY "Tewks" 

"Of easy temper, naturally good, and faithful to his work." 
Charlie's that tali boy that you see strolling casually around the corridors 
of Silver Lake. Know what his hobbies are? Girls and raising livestock. 
Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Chorus 1,2,3. 

NORMAN LEWELLYN THOMAS 

"He knew the precise psychological moment when to say nothing." 

Big Norm! He usually seen crusing around in a big Oldsmobile. Very 
good sportsman, too. Whatcha hunting nowodoys, Norm? 
Chorus 3; Future Farmers of America 4. 



GEORGE ANGELO TOTOS 

"Why worry what tomorrow brings?" 

If you like to laugh, you'll love George, for he's a born joker. With 
his ready wit, he's the life of the party, anytime, anywhere. Besides all 
this, his favorite practice is helping people. He goes not without apprecia- 
tion. Good luck in all you do, George, you certinly deserve it. 
Glee Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Rifle Club 3; Chorus 2,3,4; Track 4; 
PA System 4. 

JOHN ALBERT TRAYNOR 

"He is quiet, and does not cash away his sentence in vain." 
Gee, I wonder where John is... with Danny of course! When he's not 
with him, or the fellas, he's usually under a hot rod. Whatever do you 
see under there, anyway, John? 
Chorus 3,4; Track 4. 





RICHARD FRANK TUPPER 

"A quiet exterior conceals much." 
Dick seems like one of these real quiet fellas, but just take a look at 
what his hobbies are? Say, what kind of animal is it that you ore hunt- 
ing, Dick? You said that your hobbies are girls and hunting! 

ANNIE JOSEPHINE WALKER "Josie" 

We have some questions, Annie! Why do you like grey convertibles and 
why do you like Middleboro? What's the interest at Northeastern? If you 
want to see some ice skating try and find Annie, which shouldn't be 
very hard in the winter. She's usually skating on the nearest frozen bog. 
Please, Annie, don't fall in! 
Yearbook Staff 4; Glee Club !,3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4. 



AUDREY ANN WALKER 

"Great thing are accomplished with diligence and skill." 
Audrey has always liked school, especially bookkeeping and shorthand. Is 
that really true? She's usually shy and quiet; but wben she got behind 
the wheel of the Driver's Training Car, she could talk a blue streak. 
Did Mr. Bertocchi ever get used to the idea of driving all the way to 
Plympton? 
Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 1,2. 

NANCY ANN WESTON "Nonce" 

"A live wire never gets stepped on." 
Though she lives in Carver, Nance is more often seen around Kingston. 
Whenever it gets too quiet, watch out — Nancy is up to something! With 
a personality like yours, Nancy, we're sure you will go far. 
Field Hockey 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4. 





JAMES NICOL WILLS "Jimmy" 

"I like his hospitoJity that's cordial and frank." 
Though Jimmy was in the vocational department, he took time out lost 
fall to be our football co-captoin. A good job well done, Jim! Good 
luck to you in anything you attempt! 
Student Council 3; Basketball 4; Football 3,4; Co-Captain 4. 

ROBBERT LOUIS WYNOT "Bob" 

"Nothing endures like personal qualities." 

Bob, is another of our vocational boys. But, because he is in Aggie, we 
sometimes see him in classes. He has been a ready and willing class 
helper, and we wish him the best of luck in the future. 
Future Farmers of America 3,4. 



CAROL ANNE ZANIBONI 

"Listen closely and you shall hear my laughter from a cloud." 

Having fun comes naturally to Carol. What would those commercial classes 
be like without Carol there to brighten them up? Always fun to be with, 
and a true pal, our Carol deserves every success. 
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 3; Tennis 3,4. 

EUGENE HENRY WOOD "Gene" 

"A nice unparticulor man." 
Gene, one of our "men" has busied himself in the Vocational Aggie 
school since he has been in Silver Lake. We rather suspect that his 
hobby is cars, for he is quite often seen in one. 
Future Farmers of America 3,4. 




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FIRST ROW: A. Merry, J. Jubert, J. Keating, L. Mooney, J. Parker, 
M. Boudreau, M. Volmecki, H. Weston, M. Stockman, N. O'Brian, 
D. Lane. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Opachinski, M. Hayford, M. Grant, 
G. Marinelli, C. Bersani, F. Grant, M. Grant, B. Tarantino, D. Cater, 
L. Gioliani. THIRD ROW: Mr. Fratus, B. Silva, E. Heikula, J. Wood- 
bury, J. Dickson, J. Aniey, R. Wilbur, S. Howe, J. Barnes, D. Gurney, 



A. Kilroy, N. Campbell, E. Gildea. FOURTH ROW: R. Forcton, D. 
Chandler, T. Smallwood, E. Bryant, D. Corson, J. Perkins, G. Mac- 
Klouphing, R. Moody, B. Ireland, R. Burr, V. Norman. FIFTH ROW: 
R. Merit, L. St. Onge, W. Shaw, R. Wisti, R. Sturtevant, M. An- 
drews, R. Fogg, P. Joy, B. Wood. 



JUNIOR 

President— Michael Andrews 

Vice-President— Marion Stockman 

Historian 

Days into months and months to years shall pass 

But in that time when it was ours to do. 

We made a record as a Junior Class 

That those who in their turn must follow us 

Will find it hard to equal or surpass. 

Here the light music of the fountains play. 

Glittering gowns against formal suits glide 

To melody Italian. The dancers sway 



Junior 



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FIRST ROW: K. Shea, M. Wade, R. Moors, M. Holt, J. Ovaska, C. 
Washburn, P. DeMules, B. Baker, G. Gomes, J. Piniental. SECOND 
ROW: P. Handy, H. Shurtleff, S. Toabe, J. Powell, G. Gonsolves, J. 
Gomes, E, Churchill, J. Warren, B. Judge, V. Eldridge, R. Bailey, 
N. Pearson, J. Fuller, Mrs. Cinbloni. THIRD ROW: B. Whiting, T. 
Solari, J. Phillips, C. Colby, S. Shaw, E. Chase, P. Williams, J. 



Regal, J. Cappio, R. Walsh, W. Furtado, Mr. Barham. FOURTH 
ROW: C. Lotz, R. Lynch, B. Troop, R. Santos, M. Silva, B. Jenny, 
A. Roncarati, J. Govoni, D. Soyce. FIFTH ROW: P. Corsi, W. 
Cheverit, J. Reilly, M. Ritval, P. Sherman, B. Wood, D. Lunetta, 
D. Merril, A. Forbes, R. Wyman, J. Libby, D. O'Brian, J. Goslin. 



Class 



CLASS 
Secretary— Helen Weston 
Treasurer— Robert Walsh 
Ruthann Bailey 
Until the frolic ends. Then they agree 
To make a special record of that day; 
And that's our prom. But above all. 

For study, sports, the arts, each classmate in the school 
Must grant that from our ranks we call 
Many in number and of many skills 
To add their names to those already in the 
Hall of Memory. 



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TENTH GRADE 



FIRST ROW: V. Ford, J. Bartlett, R. Peck, S. Peterson, K. Billings, 
E. Randall, L. Calvert, V. Gould, N. Chamberlain, R. Cavacco, F. 
Devereau, E. Moutri. SECOND ROW: Miss Weber, R. Smith, L 
Peterson, C. Pratt, S. GofF, B. Norton, D. Milberry, S. Johnson, K. 
Benea, A. Anderson. L. Cadwell, F. Baker, M. Conway, J. Walker, 
P. Gould, J. Moron. THIRD ROW: Mr. Mackum, L. Wyman, J. 
Williams, J. Rego, J. Warnsman, J. Loring, L. Carii, B. Johnson, E. 



Andreson, M. Polk, N. Reardon, B. Morris, J. Griswoll, P. Rainey, 
C. Moores. FOURTH ROW: E. Boutemoin, R. Cumpirnan, J. Silva, D. 
Johnson, P. Lopes, T. Young, G. Winguard, L. Kinsman, A. Robinson, 
P. Fitspatrick, B. Doucette, D. Turnold, A. Penanin, P. Goruti, 
W. Soccavitch. FIFTH ROW: H. Jackson, L. Blockmon, R. Werner, 
C. Kallgo, H. Neal, W. Northrop, E. Hill, J. Grant, W. Gerstley, 
P. LaRoche, T. Burbank, N. Hammond, P. Bosworth, R. Ward. 



SOPHOMORE 
We finally made it— sophomores at last! Again we started 
school with an exciting year ahead of us. First came the election of 
Student Council representatives. One member from each homeroom 
was elected. Later on, more members were elected to make the quota 
from each class equal. Following that was the election of officers 
which lent an air of excitement. In December, the 



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TENTH GRADE 



FIRST ROW: M. Maloni, B. Doane, D. Peacock, L. Bumpus, J. Andrae, 
S. Lopes, D. DeJesus, J. Silva, R. Gomes, J. Moron, A. Bostock, 
N. Chase, Mrs. Rounds. SECOND ROW: Mr. Brock, A. Glass, K. 
Weston, M. Conway, C. Monor, P. Lennox, A. Furtado, J. Demulder, 
B. DeFelice, N. Braddock, L. Roberts, A. Proctor, Mrs. Delapa, Mr. 
Deosy. THIRD ROW: E. Anderson, P. Coleman, L. Hobson, M. 
Capperello, A. Burgholzer, M. McManus, J. Work, M. Dreis, M. 



Bailey, J. Eldridge, J. Nickerson, T. Thomas. FOURTH ROW: T. 
Baker, B. Martin, J. Walsh, C. DeCosta, C. Wiclestrum, B. Christie, 
J. Gomes, D. Scott, D. Morissi, C. Maurer, P. Stoll, B. Walker, F. 
Silva, R. Sgarzi. FIFTH ROW: W. McCoombs, J. Merry, R. Smith, 
R. Prouty, P. Dispersio, M. Leonordi, N. Slayton, A. Moore, J. Laine, 
T. Fitzgerald, R. Gholson, R. Keough, R. Wills, J. Grover. 



CLASS 

Biggest event of the year— our Sophomore Hop. Did we have fun? 
You bet we did! 

The class is now planning various projects to make money for 
our Junior Prom next year. 

It certainly has been a most successful and memorable year, 
and we are looking forward to becoming Juniors. 



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FIRST ROW: J. Farmer, M. Johnson, J. Deone, L. Baily, G. Colby, D. 
Mello, L. Benotti, E. Angle, C. Lonagon, J. Fagan, K. Pariss, R. 
Mickewich, C. Dourghty, J. Zona, B. Dries, C. Howe, M. Mackie, L. 
Haluinen, L. Texreiria. SECOND ROW: J. Griffith, P. Andrews, S. 
Monk, N. Moron, D. Stirtevont, I. Pino, G. Gomes, I. Santos, I. 
Martin, S. Curtis, S. Landers, S. Ludlow, K. McConn, E. Nogel, D. 
Turner, P. Wheeler, J. Sime, C. Showles, J. Hoyword, A. Roberts, 
D. Paris, J. Wood, G. White, D. Pope. THIRD ROW: H. Benson, D. 



Wainio, A. Goslin, B. Thorup, D. Bonchard, R. Stevens, R. Dickson, 
N. Mitchell, W. Parker, P. Tassinari, D. Wood, T. Cater, C. Fuller, 
P. Gorhom, B. Ford, H. Fuller, R. Sturtevont, H. Randall, M. Grant, 
G. Colby, Mr. Kimball. FOURTH ROW: A. Strassel, B. Flockton, B. 
MacAloney, R. Texeiora, N. Folley, R. Cain, M. Forrell, F. Stevens, 
R. White, W. Forsythe, R. Frederico, D. Walsh, D. Thomas, W. Smith, 
G. Cummerford, R. McManus, D. Wisti, J. Hill, R. Maini, M. Guida- 
boni, F. Sweeney. 



FRESHMEN 

Here we are at last— freshmen in high school! We arrived lost 
fall, two-hundred strong and occupied seven homerooms! This year we 
were joined by the ninth graders from Carver, making us five towns 
strong! 

The first business of the year was the election of Student Council 
representatives, Executive Council members, and class officers. Our 
class advisor for this year was Miss Banta. The Executive Council 
members were elected as follows: Stanley Antoniotti, Norma Deming, 
Barbara Joyce, Richard LaCross, Nancy Moron, Wendy Pratt, Mar- 
garet Sturtevont, Judith Wood, and Denton Wood. _____ 



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FIRST ROW: L. Jones, E Shea, C. Gallivan. J. LeFurgey, S. Krueger, 
F. Mills, R. Fredrickson, S. Sylvester, H. Whitman, W. Pratt, V. 
Taylor, K. Davis, I. Scroll, H. Chapman, H. Jackson, L. Luening, N. 
Ookes, N. King, M. Stotser. SECOND ROW: M. Sturtevant, J. Cow/en, 
N. Brown, L. Fountain, C. Laine, J. Bosler, M. Mopurono, G. 
Thomas, C. Caprio, D. Bodge, E. Gallivan, C. Raines, B. Joyce, M. 
Troynor, P. Gretch, M. Deming, B. Bergman, J. Moore, J. Santos. 



THIRD ROW: R. Marque, J. Readington, K. Kilroy, M. Mopmeu, D. 
Tassinari, R. Sgcarzi, P. Loring, R. LaCrosse, D. Libby, J. Ruston, D. 
Cushmon, G. Persons, H. Howe, R. Lockyer, P. Pehrson, J. Proctor, 
P. O'Conner, Mr. McCormick, Mr. Valois. FOURTH ROW: R. Ehlert, 
M. Tenti, J. Lanzilotta, F. Hammond, J. Lorandeau, C. Higgins, F. 
Everson, C. Roberts, R. Highson, P. McAlinden, E. Metz, C. Angell, 
R. Seppalo, R. Courtney, N. Willoughby, D. Gassett, D. Alander. 



CLASS 

We were quite active in sports, with the girls taking part in the 
Girls' Gym Club and second team field hockey and basketball, the 
boys showing up with freshman basketball and football teams. 

Of course, the most important social event of the freshman class 
was the Freshman Dance, which was held on the evening of March 8. 

We have found that high school is quite different from ele- 
mentary school, and we hope that our sophomore year will be as 
much fun and as exciting as our freshmen yeor has been. 



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FIRST ROW: T. Simpson, S. Pierce, D. MacFarlane, D. Nicholson, 
A. Clark, S. Merada, S. Mooney, F. Clark, L. Richard, D. MocNab, 
E. Gallivan, K. Benea, B. Govoni, D. Walker, J. Correa, J. Cumer- 
ford, S. Pennaner. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Biornhold, D. Sherman, 
R. Ward, R. David, R. Randall, B. Sime, R. Kreft, D. Newcomb, 
R. Balboni, D. Morrie, M. McClelland, F. Lauyon, F. Fernald, R. 
Santos, R. Cobb, C. Solari, K. Michaelson, C. Eldridge, D. Conroy, 
D. Boudreau, C. Costa, S. David. THIRD ROW: Mr. Smith, H. Minor, 
H. Proctor, M. Richardson, J. Randall, C. Halunen, M. Douforth, 



N. Carpenter, S. Barnes, S. Dutcher, D. Baker, C. Nomine, L. Rich, 

B. Angell, D. Walsh, N. Beane, D. Conway, C. Burke, J. Nava, M. 
Fearing. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Huefelder, G. Washburn, A. Thomas, 
R. Burke, M. Nash, D. McAlinden, R. Burke, R. Moray, E. Haywood, 
R. Whittemon, D. Mendenboll, S. Cavarlho, W. O'Brian, R. Bond, 
N. Ferguson, W. Hallow, J. Judge, E. Angley, R. Tone. FIFTH ROW: 

C. Bartlett, J. McQue, J. Walker, B. Churchill, R. Lane, R. Hinxman, 
B. Campbell, F. Chandler, W. Pratt, W. Powell, A. Heineman, P. 
Govoni, E. Anthony, B. Hanalt, P. Berry, B. Morgan. 



EIGHTH 

In September, the first meeting of the Junior High Student Coun- 
cil was held. The eighth grade representatives on the council worked 
diligently on the organizing and planning of the Council's two dances. 

Several new clubs were available for the eighth graders to join. 
Tv^o outstanding clubs are the Chess Club, sponsored by Mr. Smith, 
and the Math Club, sponsored by Mrs. Bjornholm. Both of these clubs 
were attended enthusiastically. 



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FIRST ROW: G. Savery, D. Delano, P. Mullens, J. Norton, M. Bal- 
boni, L. Gustofson, N. Youngman, B. Springer, J. Adorns, J. Lasher, 
C. Norrmon, M. Leadbetter, J. Moore, V. Monk, J. Landry, M. Fitz- 
gerald, P. Edgehill, Mrs. Ellis. SECOND ROW: J. Dries, J. Demuelis, 
C. Corly, J. Anderson, J. Smith, P. Howard, N. Rigo, C. Williamson, 
B. Peck, T. Hill, B. Bryant, R. Kingsmile, D. Norton, F. Perry, R. 
Horriman, J. Goodman, D. Lonegan, C. Galletti, W. St. Pierre, R. 
Loring, P. Selveridge, D, Pimentol, Miss Belcher. THIRD ROW: V. 
Dogliano, S. Figlioli, B. Dube, P. Trippe, L. Call, P. Barham, V. 



Antilla, J. Neilson, M. Livo, R. Fullroy, J. Smith, N. Benson, G. 
Coleman, J. Gould, C. Norrie, W. Johnson, W. Lunt, F. Mulaney, 
R. Dearing. FOURTH ROW: K. Ward, D. Shaw, K. Riddell, W. 
Price, S. Joy, A. Costa, D. Demeule, R. Obin, L. Kilroy, R. Deve- 
reoux, B. Chamberlain, J. Borret, D. Spath, B. Hoyt, C. Morril, 
G. Gauqier, A. Bettencourt, Mr. Sirrico. FIFTH ROW: R. Maurer, D. 
Hobson, R. Bell, W. Cory, C. Eldridge, C. Rice, D. Ireland, T. 
Stuart, P. Cloyes, R. Barnett, P. Alberghini, R. Figlioli, W. Chose, 
D. Gage, R. McGlone, Mr. O'Neil. 



GRADE 

The Junior High School Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Hassen, 
had many participants from the eighth grade. The choir had two 
successtui performances this year. 

Many of the eighth grade boys played on the eighth grade bas- 
ketball team this year; and they look like good prospects for the high 
school teams. 

We finish our last year in Junior hiigh with anticipation towards 
our next year as freshmen in high school. 



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SEVENTH GRADE 



FIRST ROW: C. Tarantino, P. Mozinshi, E. Anderson, P. Moore, P. 
Mutri, K. Everson, S, Howe, E. Anctill, M. Johnson, N. Jones, '••'. 
Bryant, E. McAnn, K. Nova, C. Nova, C. Clerk. SECOND ROW: Mrs. 
Lootz, I. Willoughby, L. Flett, K. Hell, A. Silvo, E. Wager, W. 
Braddock, S. Rossi, J. Perry, S. Pierce, J. Ruprecht, S. Albee, J. 
Wyman, M. Bostock, T. Hinxmon, J. Guevremont, R. F-orsythe, M. 
Chandler. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Nummi, N. Chose, N. Pinkham, J. Don- 
,ier, S. Pimentol, C. Westgale, S. Short, S. Bosworth, A. Johnson, B. 
Hewitt, K. Wingord, M. White, C. James, D. Slayton, J. Desnoyer, 



M. O'Brien, J. McCombs, C. Merry. FOURTH ROW: W. Lunkins, 
S. Colli, W. DeLoite, J. Govini, W. Antonetti, L. Santos, K. Cushman, 
T. McManus, J. Guilde, S. Jackson, R. Badore, L. Broberg, P. 
Cimorelli, L. Kunz, J. Davidson, T. Hammond, B. Soule, J. Doody, 
W. Reol, FIFTH ROW: P. Beneo, P. Prescott, W. Adair, G. McCue, 
B. Wyman, L. Burke, R. Laine, R. Dipersio, D. Oksanen, G. Porter, 
L Torontion, F. Ellis, R. Goslin, R. Van, P. Bailey, R. Anderson, J. 
Thomas, R. Jackson. P. Cushmon. 



SEVENTH 
The seventh grade has enjoyed two dances this year. Both of 
the dances were planned and conducted by the Junior High Student 
Council, and the home roonn representatives. Volunteers in the class 
brought the refreshments, which were greatly enjoyed! At one of the 
dances both square dancing and ballroom dancing were held. A 
special caller called the square dance numbers. 



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SEVENTH GRADE 



FIRST ROW, S. Minot, J. Peterson, M. Blackman, R. Merrill, J. 
Gouvrement, M. Thomas, M. Balboni, E. Jones, D, Litchfield, G. 
Lobdelo, S. Connelly, D. Montanori, K. Strauser, R. Sturtevont. 
SECOND ROW: R. Malone, G. Antonetti, D, Crewe, W. Gossett, 
B. Carter, A. Pino, B. Stotter, P. Maini, J. Delano, W. Silva, T. 
Fuller, J. Weildon, J. Ingham, S. Dutson, C. Cimerilli, E. Peevey, 
M. Gouldmon. THIRD ROW: J. Butterbean, S. Anderson, E. Herris, 
N. Holms, N. Clark, J. Hunter, V. Heikkula, M. Proctor, S. 



Sherman, L. Baker, M. Hill, L. Angell, B. Candini, D. Cadwell, 
A. Stagg, D. McAdams, Mr. Glide. FOURTH ROW: M. Zona, A. 
Matinzi, R. Winchell, E. Kunz, D. Farrell. R. Peacock, P. Gamboni, 
R. Wooded, C. Mitchell, M. Gress, J. Binns, M. Cherry, R. Baker, 
M. Malone, J. Wymann, A. Praft, J. Shea, B. Blank, D. Darsh. 
FIFTH ROW: C. Woods, D. Freyermouth, A. Vantagali, H. Ser- 
geant, D. Bodore, J. Watson, I. Robertson, D. Ellis, T. Toot, N. 
Wainio, D. Hirst, T. Dickson, P. Holmes, G. Martin, A. Fernesss. 



GRADE 

Through the year, the seventh grade has had several orientation, 
talks with Mr. Hand and Mr. Creighton, held in the Little Theatre. 

The class has done several interesting things, and is looking 
forv\/ard towards becoming eighth-graders. 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 
FIRST ROW: J. Ballard, R. Cavanaugh, S. Govoni, A. Souza, B. Loring, M. Benson, P. Garuti. SECOND 
ROW: Mrs. Opachlnski, E. Fogg, M. Holt, L. Covi, J. Dickson, P. Deone, V. Randall, G. Marlnelli. THIRD 
ROW: R. Sturtevant, A. Kilroy, D. Lopes, J. Corsi, M. Joyce, G. Smith, R. Antonetti. 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



The Silver Lake National Honor Society has accom- 
plished a great deal under the helpful guidance of our 
advisor, Mrs. Opachinski. Early in the fall the Society 
sponsored a profitable picture drive which helped to 
pull us out of bankruptcy. We also held a dance in 
November that was a social as well as a financial 
success. Toward the end of November the entire group 
went on its annual trip. One of the high points of the 
year was the Annual Conference of National Honor 
Societies held at Whitman High School in December. 
All those who attended can certainly agree that it was 
a profitable experience. 



Early in March an impressive candlelight induction 
was held in the Little Theater. Pins and membership 
cards were presented to the new members by Mr. Lloyd 
M. Creighton. 

During the past year each member of this society 
has strived to carry on the ideals of Scholarship, 
Character, Leadership, and Service. Light is our symbol 
of hope and the flaming torch of our Society serves as 
a beacon for all students. 



HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS 
R. Cavanaugh, S. Gavoni, A. Souza, M. Benson, 
B. Loring. 




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STUDENT COUNCIL 
FIRST ROW: J. Deane, J. Parker, N. Hamilton, G. Totos, J. Corsi, G. Tassinari, J. Angley, A, Glass, M. 
Troynor. SECOND ROW: Mr. Barhom, C. Pratt, E. Fogg, J. Keating, M. Brock, J. Walker, J. Baker, A. 
Marvelli, H. Jackson. THIRD ROW: M. Peterson, J. Stevens, D. Morrisi, C. Angell, J. Smith, F. Randall, H. 
Weston, L. Bumpus. FOURTH ROW: J. Mosher, M. Andrews, N. Hammond, W. Cheverie, P. LaRoche, F. 
Spaluzi, J. Reilly. 

STUDENT COUNCIL 

1956-1957 

President, James Corsi; Secretary, Nancy Hamilton 

Vice-President George Totos; Treasurer, Gail Tassinairi 

Historian, Judith Angley 



The Student Council swung into action on September 
26, 1956 by electing officers. 

Next, standing committees were elected for this year. 
Book cover committee, Helen Weston; Point committee, 
Carolyn Pratt; Social calender, Michael Andrews. 

Projects undertaken by the council were; election of 
cheerleaders,- selling school book-covers, a Student 
Council Social, selling of school banners, enforcing a 



point system, helping to enforce a better lunch program, 
providing a group of students for "Liaison" meeting with 
faculty. 

Our council attended the Fall and Spring Conven- 
tions. Delegates for the Fall Convention were James 
Corsi, Geoffrey Smith, Evelyn Fogg, and Noncy Hamil- 
ton. 




STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS 
J. Angley, G. Totos, J. Corsi, N. Hamilton 



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FUTURE NURSES CLUB 

President, Ann Henrich 

Secretary, Judith Hird 
Vice-President, Nancy Hamilton 
Treasurer, Marilyn Calvert 
A new club formed this year at Silver Lake 
is the Future Nurses Club with Mrs. Mitchell, 
a registered nurse from Kingston, as its 
adviser. Through her, the members learned 
about various activities that student nurses 
perform while training. Also, they learned of 
various medical terms, actions, and opera- 
tions. The club went to teas and open-house 
sessions in and around Boston. From the ex- 
perience this years club has had, next years 
Future Nurses Club should be able to ac- 
complish much. 



FUTURE NURSES CLUB 
FIRST ROW: J. Billings, M. Calvert, N. Hamilton, A. Henrich, J. Hird, D. 
Gurney, P. Garutl. SECOND ROW: M. Ruprecht, S. Johnson, M. Voelmeck, 
M. Grant, M. Bostock, K. Billings, J. Boudreau, B. Norton. THIRD ROW; 
A. Walker, A. Bray, B. Tewskbury, S. Baltzer, S. Loring, M. Early, I. Blom. 



LIBRARY CLUB 
FIRST ROW: P. Tripp, G. Tassinari, J. Wood, A. Proctor, L. Peterson, M. 
Traynor, D. Bodge, B. Dube, S. Goff. SECOND ROW: E. Gallivan, C. Burk, 
M. Fitzgerald, P. Lennox, N. King, E. Peck, F. Mills, D. Milbery, Miss Tabor. 
THIRD ROW: K. Billings, J. Santos, V. MacKenzie, M, Vanal, S. Ludlow, 
L. Rich, J. Parker, L. Fountain, E. Shea. 



LIBRARY CLUB 
President, Linda Peterson 
Secretary, Mary Jane Traynor 
Vice-President, Ann Proctor 
Treasurer, Diane Bodge 
Advisor, Miss Tabor 
In its second year, the Library Club has 
brought its membership to well over the 
fifty of last year. The students showed a 
great deal of enthusiasm in organizing the 
Book Fair which was a great success. Several 
members of the Library Club gave book re- 
views to the lower grades in the four towns 
in order to arouse their interest in the better 
books. 

To our adviser. Miss Tabor, we owe a 
great deal of ttianks since she is the person 
who planned our meetings which were al- 
ways interesting. 





THE PRESS CLUB 

The Press Club has spent a successful 
year gathering news and information about 
Silver Lake's school life. The club has re- 
ported this news to three local newspapers, 
forming a Silver Lake column in each. The 
proceeds earned go to the yearbook fund. 
Mrs. Anna hiill has been the adviser of this 
worthy project for two years. 

During the first half of the year, members 
of English 32 made up the Press Club and 
during the second half, members of English 
33-A made up the club. 

Everyone hopes that the fine work of the 
Press Club will continue on in the future 
years of Silver Lake. 



PRESS CLUB 
1st ROW: J. Woodbury, R. Wisti, H. Weston, M. Holt, J. Libby, J. Dickson, 
R. Fogg. 2nd ROW: Mrs. Hill, S. Toabe, J. Angley, J. Govoni, R. Wyman, 
A. Kilroy, J. Powell. 3rd ROW: R. Bailey, B. Baker, B. Tewksbury. B. 
Tarantino, V. Eldridge. 



KEY CLUB 

The Key Club is new to the Regional and to 
the towns attending the High School. It gets 
its name, "Key Club" because it is one of the 
key clubs of the school. Although sponsored by 
the Kiwanis it is a school club with a member- 
ship limited to selected boys of the Sophomore, 
Junior, and Senior classes. 

The Key Club is a service club, much the 
same as the Student Council. It works with 
the Principal and Faculty assisting and carrying 
our worthwhile projects in the school and com- 
munity. A late start in the school year has 
hampered its chances of distinguishing itself 
among the other school clubs. 

Its present membership of 28 was selected 
by the principal and heads of the departments 
out of a large number of boys wishing to join. 
At its first meeting the following officers were 
elected: President, Wesley Shaw; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Michael Andrews,- Secretary, Robert 
Walsh; Treasurer, Edson Bryant; Board of Di- 
rectors: Senior; Alfred Roncarati; Junior; Phillip 
Bosworth; Sophomore; Howard Randall. The 
advisor is Mr. Roland Kimball. 

The Key Club shows promise of becoming 
one of the school's most outstanding clubs. 



KEY CLUB 
FIRST ROW: M. Penti, A. Roncarati, H. Randall, R. Walsh, E. Bryant, M. 
Andrews, W. Shaw, P. Bosworth, J. Grover, R. Werener. SECOND ROW: 
P. Gorham, A. Marvelli, E. Metz, B. Sampson, F. Spaluzzi, C. Angell, A. 
Strassel, D. Libby, M. Silva. THIRD ROW: R. Potter, L. StOnge, D, Merrill, 
W. McCombs, D. Prebble, P. Joy, J. Govoni, A. Moore, Mr. Kimball. 






MODEL MANGLERS 
FIRST ROW: D. Mendenhall, S. Colley, R. Sturtevant. SECOND ROW: Mr. 
Parks, W. Gassett, R. Werner, G. Colley. THIRD ROW: R. Randall, R. 
Sturtevant, D. Dandall. 



THE SILVER LAKE MODEL MANGLERS 
The Model Manglers were well under way 
last Fall with about a dozen active members. 
About half ot them had planes and new in- 
struction techniques which made the first flight 
less of a hurdle. It was interesting to note that 
as soon as a member switched to larger 
planes, he would learn rapidly, even if he 
had never had a successful flight on the tiny 
class 1/2 A ships. As the end of the fall season 
drew to a close, the Wednesday afternoon 
sessions saw many creditable flights. A few 
members (brave souls) could execufe passable 
loops, wing-overs, and figure eights without 
closing their eyes during the pullout. 

Over the Christmas vacation and during the 
really cold weather, most activity has been 
centered in building. A rash of new planes 
are under construction, and interest is on the 
increase. The type of plane most prevalent has 
been the stunt plane, but the club expects to 
branch out in the Spring to team racing, com- 
bat, and scole. The future looks encouraging, 
since interest mushrooms whenever the planes 
are flown, and the skill gained by some of the 
present members is being passed on to the 
newcomers. 



RIFLE CLUB 
FIRST ROW: N. Hommon, R. Cheverie, P. LaRoche, C. Fuller, W. McCoombs, 
R. Gerstley, J. Govoni. SECOND ROW: Mr. Heufelder, B. Marten, P. 
Darning, R. Werner, J. Boker, A. Pennanen, T. Burbank, .1. Eldridge, P. 
Stoll. 



RIFLE CLUB 
President, David Corson 
Secretary, Philip La Roche 
Vice-President, Peter Stoll 
Treasurer, Robert Chenny 
Again this year under the capable guid- 
ance of Mr. Bernoth, the Silver Lake Rifle 
Club began their activities with a striking 
exhibition of rifles at the Book Fair. In 
addition to the present supply of firearms 
and ammunition, the club has received two 
rifles and on amount of ammunition from 
the governm.ent. Throughout the school year 
the Rifle Club has enjoyed the use of the 
Old Colony Rifle Range, but they are now 
looking forward to the corning of spring 
when they plan to build their own range at 
Silver Lake. 





SCIENCE CLUB 
FIRST ROW: A. Kilroy, M. Volmecke, J. Powell, J. Dickson, S. Toabe, J. 
Woodbury, J. Hird. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Cingoloni, R. Werner, R. Merrill, 
A. Moore, F. Hammond. 



SCIENCE CLUB 
President: Antonio Solori; Vice-President: 
Judith Dickson; Secretory-Treasurer: Sheilo 
Too be. 

The Science Club wos newly organized this 
yeor. Its members consist of Science, Biology 
and Chemistry students. 

Our first project this year was the Science 
Fair. We sponsored on interesting table at 
the Science Fair, which consisted of science 
books, biology specimens and a distilling 
apparatus. 

We enjoyed field trips to the Plymouth 
Cordage Company, Clopp's Laboratory 
in- Duxbury and the Chemistry Lab at Bridge- 
water State Teachers College. 

In March we took a trip to the Boston 
Museum of Science and visited the B. F. 
Goodrich Company. 

We are looking forward to welcoming 
many new members next year. 



CAMERA CLUB 
FIRST ROW: K. Davis, E. Scroll, A. Moore, B. Werner, M. Gildea, P. Pherson, 
M. O'Conner. SECOND ROW: Mr. Randall, D. Porris, J. Nickerson, F. 
Hammond. 



CAMERA CLUB 
President, Robert Werner 
Secretary, Marion Gildec 
Vice-President, Albert Moor 
Trearurer, Eileen Scrow 
Advisor, Mr. Randall 
The Camera Club this year has token pic- 
tures of events in and out of the school 
building and placed on outstanding exhibit 
in the Book Fair. The club went on an excur- 
sion tour to the Alves Photo Finishing Plant 
in Brointree, accompanied by Mr. Severs and 
their adviser, Mr. Randall. They also conquered 
the act of developing their own films; some of 
which were entered in the National Photo- 
graphic Contest in New York. 





DRAMATICS CLUB 
FIRST ROW: J. Cowan, J. Deane, B. Joyce, H. Weston, M. Stockman, J. 
Moron, B. Loring, A. Bray, I. Blom, M, Bostock, N. Hamilton, P. Early, R. 
Bailey, H. Benson, J. Bourdreou, A. Gloss, M. Brock, M. Grant, F. Gretch, 
M. Traynor, N. Chamberlain, F. Mills. SECOND ROW: Mr. Pooler, D. 
Bodge, M. Ruprecht, L. Luening, L. Jones, P. Lennox, J. Stevens, J. Santos, 
J. Moore, J. Keating, L. Mooney, J. Porker, L. Fountain, K. Beneo, R. 
Peck, V. Sollis, K. Kilroy, M. Malone, M. Maloni, C. Bersani, L. Bailey, 

E. Shea, C. Springer, J. Flett, M. Hayford, R. Anti, E. Gallivon, J. Walker. 
THIRD ROW: K. Shea, L. Cavi, M. Benson, S, Loring, D. Sturdevant, C. 
Colby, J. Barnes, J. Phillips, A. Solari, J. Bollard, S. Baltzer, G. Tasslnari, 
D. Gurney, M. Calvert, J. Billings, M. Pope, E. Gildeo, P. Garuti, A. 
Henrich, L. Roberts, C. Moore, E. Neogle, J. Wood, D. Pope, B. Johnson, 
P. Colemon, N. Campbell, B. Short, V. MacKenzie. FOURTH ROW: J. Hird, 
B. Junkins, C. Pratt, L. Calvert, B. Morris, P. Roiney, J. Woodbury, L. 
Wyman, R. Smith, B. Maiellano, J. Loine, S. Toobe, J. Powell, P. McMonus, 
J. Dutcher, E. Andreson, J. Dickson, R. Moores, N. Reordon, J. Pehrson, 
S. GofF, S, Candini, A. Walker. FIFTH ROW: A. Strossel, E. Lunt, D. 
Billings, J. Angley, R. Jones, J. Reilly, R. Merrill, W. Anderson, P. Corsi, 

F. Adams, A. Caldera, G. Smith, G. lotos, W. Fornociari, J. Grover. 



DRAMATICS CLUB 
President, Nancy Hamilton 
Secretary, Meredith Bostock 
Vice-President, Peggy Early 
Treasurer, Ruthann Bailey 
Historian, Nona Blom 
Never in the history of this Dramatics Club 
has there been such a large membership. It 
was hard to get every member in some ac- 
tivity put on by the club; but everyone was 
given an equal chance. We put on a Christmas 
Assembly that was enjoyed by the senior high 
school, especially our Santa Clous. A three act 
play "The Form Divine" was given on March 
22 and was a big success. During the year 
the club made a profit by taking charge of the 
concession, during basketball season. The Dra- 
matics Club Banquet, which ended our year, 
was well attended and proved a fitting finale. 



LE CERCLE FRANCAIS 
President, Antonio Solari 
Secretary, Sheila Toabi 
Vice-President, Gregory Wingard 
Adviser, Mr. Valois 
Hostess, Jacqueline Powell, 
Judith Dickson 
le Cercle Francois was organized last 
fall under the direction of Mr. Valois. The 
main purpose of the club this year was 
corresponding with French pen-pals. Mr. 
Valois obtained names and addresses of 
French people desireous of corresponding 
with Americans and he distributed them at 
one of the meetings. At the meetings the 
letters of the members received were trans- 
lated and discussed. A great deal about 
France was learned through this corres- 
pondence with pen-pals. 

Also at the meetings, French magazines 
were read and discussed. 

Late in the spring, the club enjoyed a 
trip to Boston to see a French movie. 



FRENCH CLUB 
FIRST ROW: M. Conway J. Barnes, J. Dickson, C. Wingard, S. Toabe, J. 
Powell, M. Conway. SECOND ROW: Mr. Valois, J. Deone, V. Eldridge, 
H. Weston, J. Woodbury, V. Randall, M. Boudreou, P. Lennox. THIRD ROW: 
C. Angell, D. Prebble, P. Joy, 6. McCombs, N. Hammond. 





JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL 
FIRST ROW: B. Candini, J. Judge, D. Monfanari, N. Beane, C. Williamson, 
C. Westgate, E. Jones. SECOND ROW: Mr. Sirrico, R. Randall, M. Mac- 
Clillair, D. Delano, B. ShifFeroni, S. Rossi. 



THE JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL 
The first meeting of the Junior High Stu- 
dent Council was held on September 18, 
1956. Election of officers was held with the 
following results: 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Nancy Beane 

Drosi Montanari 

Carolyn Williamson 

James Judge 



The first dance was held on October 5, 
1956 from 8:00 -10:30. The second dance 
was held on December 14, 1956, with half 
of the dance being square dancing. 

Before Christmas, the Student Council put 
on a drive for all kinds of clothing, toys, etc. 
for an orphanage in Germany. The project 
was very successful and the children there 
were reported to have had one of the nicest 
Christmases every known to them. A total 
of ten bundles was sent. 

We have enjoyed a most successful year 
under the direction of Mr. Sirrico. 



CHESS CLUB 
FIRST ROW: C. Briskse, C. Williamson, B. Churchill, S. Ccvalaho, P. Tripp, 
D. MocFarCne. SECOND ROW: Mr. Smith, D. Sherman, A. Gallunson, B. 
Peck, R. Kroft, R. Randall. THIRD ROW: B. Harriman, D. Mendenhall, T. 
Powell, J. Judge, B. Bryant. 



CHESS CLUB 
The new Silver Lake Chess Club has become 
a very succes.sful venture. Although open to all 
hiyh school boys and girls, the club now con- 
sists of twenty Junior High school students. Mr. 
Smith holds meetings every Thursday to teach 
the fundamentals of the game. Eventually, 
there will be a team chosen from the club 
members to compete against other school 
teams. At a tournament held within Silver Lake, 
Bruce Campbell was chosen champion. 
OFFICERS: President Peter Cloyes 

Vice-President Peter Alberghini 
Secretary Barclay Churchill 

Treasurer Steven Cavalho 

Adviser Mr. Smith 




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FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 

The Future Teachers of America club has 
been a very active group this year. We have 
had meetings twice a month. There were many 
activities on the agendo these last few months, 
some of which were: 

A Future Teachers of America Club tea to 
Hinghom High School. 

An induction ceremony and two days of 
teacher training at the Kingston Elementary 
School. 

Though small in number, we do not lack in 
enthusiasm. We are all seriously interested in 
teaching and each one of us hopes someday 
to become a teacher! 



FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 
FIRST ROW: L. Cavi, J. Grant, G. Tassinari, S. Govoni, V. MocKenzle, 
R. Covonough, A. Souza. SECOND ROW: Mr. MocKutn, J. Keating, J. 
Powell, J. Dickson, J. Woodbury, J. Parker. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 
FIRST ROW: M. Ruprecht, R. Wilbur, A. Bray, S. Baltzer, A. Henrich, R. 
Cavonaugh, J. Boudreau. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Pratt, J. Hird, I. Blom, M. 
Bostock, V. MocKenzie. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 
Although it was January before the Hom.e 
Economics Club was organized, the mem- 
bers worked energetically the remainder of 
the year. 

A food sale for the faculty was held 
early in March. With the money earned, 
the girls put on an enjoyable Mother and 
Daughter Banquet. 

Graduation will take the majority of the 
club away, but many other girls will be 
ready to join the club next year. The club 
is open to all Senior High girls interested 
in Home Economics. 

OFFICERS: President Susan Baltzer 

Vice-President Ann Bray 

Secretary Ann Henrich 

Treasurer Rachel Cavonaugh 
Historian Rosemary Wilbur 




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VOCATIONAL STUDENT COUNCIL 
FIRST ROW: E. Chose, E. Angus, D. Morrisse, B. Christi. SECOND ROW: 
R. David, D. Sayce, R. Word, W. Corey, L. Bumpus, Mr. Moron. 



VOCATIONAL STUDENT COUNCIL 
Although hampered by the absence of 
many members of the Carpentry Depart- 
ment, who were working outside during the 
first part of the school year, the vocational 
student council went into full swing after 
Christmas. They made a study of the Student 
Council Constitution; then made provisions 
for hanging coveralls in a separate storage 
rack to protect their other clothes. Projects 
underway at the last report were St. Pat's 
Hop and a separate insignia for each de- 
partment. 



FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 
The Future Farmers of America had its first 
meeting in September to elect officers and 
discuss the activities for the coming year. 

As the months passed we accomplished a 
great deal. One of our most successful under- 
takings was sending David Merrill to a con- 
test in Waterloo, Iowa. David represented the 
chapter and the state. He placed high in the 
judging of dairy products and he received 
financial aid from the state and the National 
Future Farmers of America. 

In the first week of December we held our 
Annual Future Farmers of America Banquet. 
There was an attendance of sixty people at 
the banquet. Everyone enjoyed the banquet 
and the educational movies that were shown 
afterward. 

OFFICERS: President Richard Moody 

Vice-President Robert Wynot 

Secretary Richard Ward 

Treasurer David Merrill 

Reporter Richard Miles 



FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 
FIRST ROW: R. Burr, R. Stevens, R. Word, R. Moody, D. Merrill, S. Vinyl, 
D. McKenzie. SECOND ROW: Mr. Erickson, R. Siivor, R. Main!, R. Derby, 
D. MacGregor, M. Grant, N. Willoby. THIRD ROW: L. Blackmon, G. \Nood, 
R. Miles, v. Norman, T. Thomas. 




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GIRLS GLEE CLUB 



FIRST ROW: L. Perry, J. Benotti, R. Marquis, B. Junkins, J. Ward, 
V. Goutel, L. Bumpus, J. Dutcher, I. Blom, R. Moors, E. Churchill, 
W. Prott, M. Bostock, K. McCann, H. Paine, V. Randall. SECOND 
ROW: J. Fuller, J. Boudreau, R. Boiley, D. Thompson, C. DeFelice, 
N. O'Connor, L Codwell, R. Pecks, V. MacKenzie, J. Grant, J. 
Parker, M. Stodder, N. King, C. Randall, J. Keating, N. Deming, D. 
Milbery, R. Anti. M. Ruprecht, Mr. Chouinard. THIRD ROW: D. 



Randall, L. Calvert, B. Loring, J. Hird, L. Carii, J. Moron, S. Syl- 
vester, S. Nowitch, N. Hamilton, P. McManus, S. Monk, J. LoCrosse, 
N. Fernette, J. Smith, J. Ward, A. Walker, H. Paine, P. Gould, L. 
Peterson, M. Grant. FOURTH ROW: J. Williams, L. Wymon, M. 
Calvert, B. Maiellono, R. Merry, A. Bray, S. Shaw, E. Gildeo, S. 
Baltzer, P. Early, R. Moors, J. Phillips, D. Gurney, B. Glaubin, L. 
Roberts, S. Monk, M. Stockman. 



GIRLS CHORUS 



FIRST ROW: P. Nowlin, G. Gomes, D. DeJesus, J. Silvo, J. Anchee, 
B. Lopes, R. Smith, B. Johnson, S. Candini, G. Gomes, L. Milbury, 
J. Santos. SECOND ROW: N. Chomberloin, D. Bodge, J. Demulder, 
M. Malone, J. Moore, L. Migaro, A. Silva, L. Jones, B. Joyce, A. 
Kilroy, M. Gilde, B. Norton, M. Choinard. THIRD ROW: P. Pearson, 



C. Showles, D. Porris, S. Monk, S. Norwitch, M. Holt, T. Eldridge, 
S. Sylvester, J. Smith, J. Wool, P. Evghom, E. Niogle. FOURTH ROW: 
B. Tev/ksbury, A. Kilroy, P. Andrews, J. Farmer, J. Overton, J. 
McCue, J. Billings, M. Pierse, D. Shawles, D. Sturtevont, N. Comp- 
bell, J. Barnes. 




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1st ROW: Mr. Chouinard, C. Parris, R. Antonoietti, J. Angley, W. 
Forniciari, R. Stanghellini, J. Ruston. 2nd ROW: E. Lunn, G. Totos, 
C. Angell, H. Benson, P. Gorham, J. Smith, J. Grover, D. Billings. 



3rd ROW: B. Beane, A. Caldera, J. Alberghini, D. Wood, W. 
Anderson, C. Tewksbury, W. Cheverie, F. Adams, P. Hamiito« 



THE BAND 



FIRST ROW: F. Spaluzzi, W. Broddock, R. Potter, W. Northrop, J. 
Smith, E. Randall, L. Rich, M. Leadbetter, L. Peterson, J. Randall, 
B. Sampson. SECOND ROW: A. Strassel, W. Delate, G. Mathews, H. 
Dutson, C. Paris, P. Gretch, A. Marvelli, B. Bryant, D. Okansen, B. 



Campball, B. Churchill, R. Woodard, M. Cherry. THIRD ROW: D. 
MacFarlane, K. Pimental, P. Govoni, J. Angley, R. Courtney. 
FOURTH ROW: Mr. Chouinard, H. Jackson, J. Smith, D. Wood, R. 
Randall, J. Govoni, R. Peacock. 



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Alfred Souzo, Priscilla Deane 





EDITORIAL STAFF 
M. Early, M. Bostock, L Parker, S. Baltzer, L. Covi, R. Cavo- 
naugh, R. Sturtevant, J. Angley, J. Smith, H. Paine. 



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R. Werner, B. Torantino, G. Tassinari, L. St. Onge. 



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G. MacKenzie, J. Boudreau, B. Loring, N. Weston, J. Hird, A. 
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JUNIOR EDITORS 
Wesley Shaw, Sheila Toabe 



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BUSINESS STAFF 
B. LaRoche, T. Caldero, W. Forniciari, R. Parker, Mr. Kimball, 
A. Henrick, A. Walker, V. Randall. 



SPORTS STAFF 
A. Bray, J. Corsi, D. Lopes, S. Loring, N. Hamilton. 






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J. Phillips, B. Maiellano, E. Fogg. 



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Most popular-Jeff and Marsha 3 Best looking-Merry and Dick 

2 Cutest— Ricky and Ginger 



4 Loziesf- Sylvia and Rich 





5 Smoothest-Ann and Jon 7 Shyest-Brenda and Bill 

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10 Best dancers— Joan and Bill 



Most courteous— Shirley and Don 

)2 Man hater— Delores Woman hater— Al 





13 Class taxi— Paf and Toni 



14 Actor and actress— Fred and Betsy 



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Most studious— Bob and Ginny 3 Best dressed-Ann and Danny 

2 Most oJhletic— Jim and Pris 4 Most likely to succeed — Lee and Willard 





5 Friendliest— Bruce and Jackie 7 Unpredictable— Nancy and John 

6 Most sophisticated — Bev and Bob 8 Happy-go-lucky — Jan and Charlie 




9 Biggest eaters— Jane and Bengie 



10 Most dependable— Nancy and Alfred 



1 Sleepiest — Sue and Bob 




14 Class artists— Ev and Arnold 

Most domestic— Alan and Rachel 
Class flirt-Carolyn Springer 
Class wolf— Dick Merril 
Dreamiest— Bev and Norm 



12 Most serious— Louisa and Joe 



13 Most musical — Jack and Peggy 




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FOOTBALL 
FIRST ROW: B. Wood, P. Corsi, R. Stonghellini, J. Corsi, J. Wills, E. Angus, W. Anderson, E. Chose, D. 
Merrill, R. Green. SECOND ROW: J. Goslin, M. Andrews, J. Merry, R. Word, R. Fogg, D. Wood, R. Wymon, 
R. Smith, P. Bosowrth, Mr. MocFodgen, Mr. Cobb. THIRD ROW: B. Christie, B. Jenney, C. Wikstrom, 
H. Jackson, B. Wingard, P. Dipersio, T. Hill, A. Texeiro, J. Rielly, M. Farrell. 

FOOTBALL 

The second football team in Silver Lake's history began their season by looking 
forward to the six games on the schedule. The opening practice produced sixty boys, 
all fighting to get one of the thirty available uniforms. The team was built around 
twelve returning veterans, with the remainder made up of promising Sophomores and 
Freshmen. The co-captains, which were elected lost year, were Edward Angus and 
James Wills. 

The season began with an exciting win over Whitman High, who hadn't been 
beaten for the last two years. The opening game was followed by a win over Falmouth 
and losses to Marshfield, Hanover, Plymouth, and Scituate. Mike Andrews did an out- 
standing job in quarterbacking the team while Red Angus and Jim Wills provided 
the spark to keep it going. 

Graduation will only take five boys. Next years team should have a great year 
under the leadership of co-captains Mike Andrews and David Merrill. 




Co-captains E. Angus, J. Wills. 





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BASKETBALL-VARSITY 
FIRST ROW: D. Santos, P. Corsi, J. Corsi, D. Lopes, J. Reilly, M. Andrews. SECOND ROW: Coach MacFad- 
gen, J. Perkins, B. Jenny, P. Oipersio, J. Alberghinl, A. Concarti, R. Stonghellini, M. Ritval, J. Goslin. 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 
This year our basketball season proved very successful. Not expected, at the begin- 
ning of the season, to end up v\/ithin the first five places, the team, determined not to be 
beaten played with the vvill to win and ended the season with a record of ten wins and 
four losses sharing a second place tie with Plymouth. 

Co-Capt. Jim Corsi, high scorer for the season, set a game scoring high, pouring 32 
points through the nets. Co-Capt. Don Lopes was our top rebounder and our scoring 
was provided by Dan Santos, John Rielly, Mike Andrews and Paul Corsi. 

In both the South Shore League Tournament and the Tech Tournament we succeeded 
in winning our first game, but couldn't come through in the second. All in all we had a 
thrilling and rewarding season and wish that next years team will be equally successful 
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THE JUNIOR VARSITY 
FIRST ROW: J. Prouty, Mr. Pooler. SECOND RPW: P. Lopes, H. Jackson, P. Dipersio, P. Golsin, M. 
Leonordi, P. Laroche, J. Merry, R. Word. 



The Stars of the Future 



THE FRESHMEN 
FIRST ROW: R. Spoluzi, W. Cory, W. Smith, D. BJonchord, R. 
McManus, B. Forsythe, D. Ehert. SECOND ROW: P. Loring, H. 
Randall, M. Farrell, D. Frederico, A. Goslin, R. LaCross, D. Libby, 
J. Lanzilotta. 



EIGHTH GRADERS 
C. Eldrige, P. Alberghim, H. Riedell, D. Sporth, J. Lorandioui, 
R. Goleth, R. Balboni, R. Randall, R. Ehert. 



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TRACK TEAM 
1st ROW: H. Jackson, W, Fornaciari, R. Jones, G. Smith, C. Riedel, F. Fiske, R. Glauben, R. Sturtevant, B, 
Jenney, J. Corsi. 2nd ROW: W. Shaw, R. Fogg, J. Libby, W. McCombs, J. Merry, M. Silva, T. Kinch, R. 
Ward, R. Simmons. 3rd ROW: R. Green, J. Alberghini, T. Burbank, P. Bosworth, R. Gholson, W. Teixero, 
F. Adams, Mr. Cobb. 



TRACK TEAM 
Although a number of prospective track candidates had been practicing through- 
out the winter, the track season at Silver Lake began officially on Monday, March 11. 
Coach Cobb briefed the potential team on requirements and procedures for qualifica- 
tions during the coming year. From that time, on to the first track meet with Marshfield, 
the track candidates will be working hard to develop a strong well balanced team. 
With some veterans, a number of talented newcomers, and the able leadership of 
Coach Cobb, the Silver Lake track team should be able to look forward to a very pro- 
mising year. 




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D. Milbery, C. Bersani, J. Deane, V. Randall, N. Weston, J. Woodbury, P. Deane, J. Dutcher, N. Hamilton, 
G. Tassinari, P. Handy, A. Kilroy, D. Gurney. 



The Field Hockey Varsity 



Co-captains; Nancy Hamilton and Priscillo Deane. 



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SECOND TEAM-FIELD HOCKEY 
FIRST ROW: J. Moore, P. Ingham, N. Braddock, E. Angle, R. Peck, J. Moron, L. Peterson, C. Pratt. SECOND 
ROW: C. Lonigon, E. Randall, D. Turner, C. Dougherty, R. Michewich, C. Cline, S. Candini, R. Smith, 
Mrs. Bielskl. 



GIRL'S FIELD HOCKEY TEAM 

The girl's field hockey team started their season with fourteen girls on the first 
team, seniors were: Nancy Weston, Nancy Hamilton, Priscilla Deane, Gail Tassinari, 
Virginia Randall, Judy Dutcher, Jackie Grant, Mellissa Benson, with Joyce Laine and 
Pat McManus as managers. 

Juniors were Donna Gurney, / nn Kilroy, Judy Woodbury, Priscilla Handy, and 
Carol Bersani. Judy Deane as a Freshman. 

The Junior Varsity was mode up of Marion Brock, Kathrine Benea, Joan Bartlett, 
Carolyn Pratt, Peggy McManus, Carol Moors, Elizabeth Randall, Bobbie Ann Peck, 
Alice Glass, Linda Peterson, Robin Smith, Norma Braddock, Diane Milburry, Judy Moron, 
Eileen Anderson, Pat Coleman, Kathreen Kilroy, Claire Lonergan, Susan Candini, Bar- 
bara Beigan, Mary Jane Traynor, Julie Moors, Carol Dougherty, Rita Mickewich, 
Elaine Angley, Diane Turner, Carol Shawles, Caroline Cline. 



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GIRLS' BASKETBALL 
Left to Right; J. Grant, N, Weston, R. Moors, N. Hamilton, J. Mosher, A. Kilroy, V. MacKenzie, J. Billings, 
Mrs. Bielski, D. Gurney, G. Tassinari, J. Barnes, S. Loring, P. Deane, M. Holt, H. Weston, H. Paine. 



Girl's Varsity Basketball Team 



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SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL 
FIRST ROW: E. Randall, M. Brock. SECOND ROW: N. Broddock, C. Cline, M. Grant, A. Gloss, S. Candini, 
D. Turner, C. Pratt, D. Pope, D. Coleman, L Peterson, J. Deane, P. Gretch, A. Angle. THIRD ROW: 
K. Beneo, Mrs. Cingoiani, C. Borsoni. 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL 

The girls' varsity basketball team started out the season with veterans Nancy 
Hamilton and Helen Paine, co-captains, Priscilla Deane, Sylvia Loring, Janice Mosher, 
Jacqueline Grant. 

Newcomers were Helen Weston, Morcia Holt, Judy Barnes, Donna Gurney, Rhodo 
Moors, and Jeanette Billings. Virginia MacKenzie and Gail Tassinari served as mana- 
gers, Sallee Bielski as coach. 

Although we only won two games throughout the entire season, our spirit was 
backed by good sportsmanship and the enjoyment of playing as a team. 

With the tremendous second team of this year, we are sure of a championship 
team in the near future. 



January 8 Middleboro 37 

January 1 1 Rockland 25 

January 15 Bridgewoter 46 

January 18 Plymouth 35 

January 22 Abington 37 

January 24 Holbrook 33 

January 29 Scituate 58 

February 1 Middleboro 54 

February 5 Rockland 23 

February 8 Bridgewoter 60 

February 1 1 Plymouth 38 

February 15 Abington 41 



Silver Lake 25 

Silver Lake 32 

Silver Lake 43 

Silver Lake 20 

Silver Lake 29 

Silver Lake 18 

Silver Lake 30 

Silver Lake 24 

Silver Lake 32 

Silver Lake 30 

Silver Lake 29 

Silver Lake 26 



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GIRLS TENNIS TEAM 
FIRST ROW: E. Fogg, C. Zaniboni, P. Deone, S. Loring. SECOND ROW: L Peterson, D. Gourney, R. Smith, 
M. Holt. 



Silver Lake's Tennis Teams 



BOYS TENNIS TEAM 
FIRST ROW: P. Alberghinl, G. Totos, R. LoRoche, P. Gorham, R. Scgarsi, P. Stoll, C. HIggens, R. Loring. 
SECOND ROW: R. Bolboni, R. Sporth, D. Tossinori, R. Scgarsi, A. Strassel, D. Wood, E. Metz, G. Wingord, 
T. Goletti. Mr. Cirico. 




CHEERLEADERS 
Left to Right: J. Ballord, M. Joyce, A. Bray, M. Stockman, B. Junkins, M. Bostock, R. Bailey, E. Fogg, C. 
Springer, J. Boudreau. 




CHEERLEADERS 

Well, we will certainly miss cheering next year. We 
will never forget how we froze during the football 
season before we acquired our new uniforms. It 
was certainly a rare occasion when everyone brought 
their shakers. It seemed as though every time we 
had a game, it was raining or snowing, so that our 
shakers were ruined! 

"Would anyone like to buy a beoni? Only fifty 
cents!" This was our money making project of the 
year, and it was a huge success. 

Good luck to the up and coming cheerleaders. Do 
your best for Silver Lake! 



FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS 
C. Springer, J. Boudreau, R. Bailey, M. Bostock, J. Mosher 
J. Bollard, A. Bray, M. Stockman, B. Junkins, E. Fogg. 



FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS 
FIRST ROV/: J. Boudreau. SECOND ROV/: C. 
Springer, M. Bostock, J. Mosher, A. Bray, J. Bal- 
lard, M. Stockman, B. Junkins, R. Bailey, E. Fogg. 




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BOOK FAIR 



Events of the 
School Year 



BOOK FAIR 

The first big event of the school yeor at Silver 
Lake Regional School took place in November. It 
was the second annual book fair, and proved more 
successful than the first. 

Many nev^ and different books were sold. Ocker's 
Book Store, our sponsor from Plymouth, also dis- 
played writing paper, Christmas cards and decora- 
tions and the latest children's games. 

The members of the Library Club set up the 
books and acted as clerks and salesmen, under 
the guidance of the school librarian. Miss Doris Ta- 
ber. 

To add attraction and to show the people of the 
towns the purpose of our extra-curricular groups, 
each of the school clubs set up a booth with dis- 
plays and demonstrations of what they do. 



SENIOR CLASS PLAY 




SENIOR CLASS PLAY 

We Seniors started off our last but happiest year 
with a three act comedy. "Beauty and the Beef." 
This was one of our most successful ventures. 

We started on our brief but happy acting career 
with Fred Adams and Lee Cavi starring as Beef 
and Ginny and the life of a football hero and a 
high school "brain" was unrolled. We gave a vote 
of thanks to Miss Weber, our able director, who 
gave us courage to play to a full house on both 
Friday night, November 9, and Saturday night, 
November 10. 

As the final curtain fell and the last roar of 
applause was heard we all realized what a reward- 
ing and profitable experience we had undergone. 

""Beauty and the Beef" was truly a Senior class 
play. Each and every Senior must be given credit 
for the jot they did; whether selling tickets or pro- 
moting the play. Even the smallest job helped to 
make the play a success. 






SILVER LAKE PLAYS PLYMOUTH 

A history making event in local schoolboy sports took place 
on the 17th of February, 1957, when the Silver Lake varsity and 
junior varsity basketball teams, defeated Plymouth High's basket- 
ball teams. This was the first time in two years that Silver Lake 
was able to overcome Plymouth. 

Both games were an easy match for the ferocious Silver Lake 
boys. In the beginning the competition was severe for both of 
the teams, but the Lakers gained the confidence and spirit they 
needed to become victorious. 

An added attraction to this game was the drum majorettes, 
under the able Direction of Mr. Andrews. Their first appearance 
certainly contributed color to the already vivid game. 

An estimated fifteen hundred spectators filled Silver Lake's 
gym to cheer their teams on to victory. But only one team could 
win, and only one did-SILVER LAKE. 81 




CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLY 
An assembly was held at Silver Lake 
to observe the birthday of Christ. First 
on the program was a Christmas play 
presented by the Dramatics Club under 
the direction of Mr. Pooler, who was in 
charge of the assembly. 

Following the play one of Peter Mar- 
shall's famous Christmas sermons was 
read and scenes of the Nativity were 
shown. After the assembly the student 
body held a pep rally in the gymnasium. 



GOOD GOVERNMENT DAY 
Goeffrey Smith, a mem- 
ber of the senior class, was 
selected this year to rep- 
resent Silver Lake Regional 
High School at the annual 
Student Government Day 
at the State House in Boston. 
As representative of the 
school he served as a 
committee man on the 
Committee on Constitutional 
Law. The entire proceedings 
of the day were under stu- 
dent leadership. The expe- 
rience of sharing in the 
activities was extremely re- 
warding to each and every 
student who participated. 




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D.A.R. 

On March 14, 1957, 
Marsha Joyce attended the 
annual D.A.R. convention at 
the Sheraton Plaza Hotel in 
Boston. She was chosen by 
the senior class as one of 
three finalists and was 
selected finally by the fac- 
ulty. 

The day began with an 
assembly at which the State 
D.A.R. girl was chosen. The 
Hotel Sheraton was selected 
for luncheon and Grey- 
hound busses transported 
the girls to the State House 
for a very interesting tour. 

It was an extremely 
profitable day for all. 



SCIENCE FAIR 

Early in March, Silver Lake Presented its first Science Fair. This was greeted with 
enthusiasm from the people of the district, as well as by the students. On the night of 
the fair, scores of people thronged the cafeteria to look over the interesting demonstra- 
tions, models and all types of projects, displayed by the students. 

Many of the projects were quite complicated and highly technical. It was necessary 
to have very capable judges, who did on excellent job of grading the students and 
choosing the winners. Robert Sturtevont, with a radio controlled yacht, walked away 
with the grand prize, while Virginia Randall, with a microprojector, was first for the 
high school, and Berkley Churchill won first prize for the Junior High Division. 



Mysterious Exhibit 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTION 
The National Honor Society induction on March 
twelfth went off very smoothly as a result of the 
combined efforts of Mrs. Opachinski and a plan- 
ning committee. The planning committee took care 
of behind-the-scenes details, such as flowers, stag- 
ing, program, etc., while Mrs. Opachinski gave 
advice and coached at rehearsals. Fourteen new 
members were inducted in a ceremony made most 
impressive by an imposing stage setting and soft 
lighting. Refreshments were enjoyec by everyone 
after the evening assembly. 



STUDENT-FACULTY NIGHT 

May 19th was student-faculty night at Silver Lake Regional High School. The girls' 
and boys' varsity basketball teams played games against teams comprised of some of 
our more sporting faculty members. 

It was a night packed with fun and thrill. The students won both games, but the 
men's games was very close and the lead changed hands every few minutes. The girls' 
game was not close but the women teachers were the best of sports and caused the 
basketball fans much amusement with there original uniforms. 

The cheerleaders also added to the entertainment. They dressed in hilarious 
costumes and did many different cheers, for the faculty and fhe students. 




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GYM NIGHT 

Gym night was held on March 29, 1957. The 
various gym classes and gym clubs assembled in 
the gym and demonstrated the various skills at- 
tained throughout the year. The most outstanding 
events of the evening were square dancing, by the 
junior high students, folk dancing, the girls' gym 
club, the boys' gym club, badminton, volleyball, 
basketball drills, but both boys and girls, and the 
high jump. Members of the faculty who organized 
the demonstrations were, Mr. Mc Fadgen, Mr. Cobb, 
and Mrs. Bielski. 

There was a large turn-out to see the activities, 
and the evening, as a whole, was a great success. 




BOY'S GYM CLUB 



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GIRL'S GYM CLUB 



DRAMATICS CLUB PLAY 

"The Form Divine," a three act comedy play, was directed by Mr. Pooler, assisted 
bv George Totos. 

The story was centered around Lucillo Webb, played by Beverly Junkins, /rthur 
Webb, played by Fred Adams, and their daughter, Hoopy Webb, played by Lorainne 
Calvert. Lucilla Webb was not a bad-looking woman, but she had become slack in her 
outward appearance, looking much older than her thirtyseven years. Hoopy was afraid 
to let her new boyfriend, Jimmy, see her mother, for he had said, "You can always tell 
what a girl will look like in fifteen years by looking at her mother." 

When Lucilla heard of this, she enrolled in "Beautiful You," a school for reju- 
venating women. She was given a special diet, special exercises, lessons in good groom- 
ing, and the use of cosemetics. After eight long weeks of this, with the course completed, 
except for graduation, Arthur receives the bank statement showing a decrease of $150. 
He becomes furious and goes on and on about how foolish the whole idea was, until 
Lucilla enters the room looking very beautiful and years younger. Finally, he admits 
he was wrong, and together with three others, Lucilla and Arthur leave for the gradua- 
tion ceremony. Others in the cast included: Helen Weston, Patricia Lennox, Judy Moron, 
Carolyn Pratt, Phil LaRoche, Dick Word, Roberta Peck, Jean Stevens, Merry Bostock, 
Jon Alberghini, Susan Candini, Nancy Hamilton, and Marilyn Calvert. 




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Junior Prom 1956 




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JUNIOR PROM 



"Isle of Paradise," a fairyland enchantment of the sea, was 
depicted in a fabulous and spectacular panorama at the Junior 
Prom held at the Silver Loke Regional High School, Friday even- 
ing, which was attended by over 500 persons. 

The focal point was the "Isle of Paradise," in the center of the 
huge gymnasium, which was a large replica of a tropical island, 
with its waterfalls, tropical plants, palms and fish, in the middle 
of which was the bird of paradise. Over the bridge which crossed 
the island was suspended a revolving butterfly ball, with its colors 
In pink and gold emphasized by the spotlights throughout the hall. 
On the ocean side, fish nets were dropped on the wall with 
tropical birds and underwoterfish and at the entrance, on the 
seashore, was a large boot, equipped with fishing accessories. The 
large balcony, where many of the guests were seated, represented 
the "Moon Deck," the entire side of the hall transformed into 
an ocean liner called the USS Moonglow, with its portholes, life- 
boats and signal flags, and its realistic tropical fish and birds 
flying around. The unusual lighting efFect completed the trans- 
formation of the dance auditorium into a setting of the sea as the 
myriads of lights played on the butterfly mobiles, birds and flying 
fish suspended from the ceiling, the pink gold color scheme carried 
out in the lights. Dancing was enjoyed throughout the evening 
and refreshments of fancy cakes and punch were served from the 



bufFet tables which were arranged around the hall. Small tables 
for the convenience of the guests were olso placed around the 
hall. 

The highlight of the evening was the grand march led by 
Geoffrey Smith, class president, and his partner, Evelyn Fogg,- 
Marsha Joyce, class secretary, and her partner, Jack Angley; 
Daniel Santos, vice-president, and his partner, Brenda Loring, class 
treasurer; Gail Tassinari and her partner, James Corsi, fallowed by 
other members of the class and guests. 

Mrs. Elinor Churchill, dean of girls, also junior doss adviser, 
was in charge of arrangements and served as general chairman 
of the entire prom. 

The presentation of a bouquet of roses and a gift was mode 
to Mrs. Churchill from the class in appreciation of the hours of 
work she has put in and her advice, the presentation being made 
by Geoffrey Smith, class president. He also presented Mrs. Asa 
Glass a bouquet of flowers and a gift as director of the grand 
march, and a gift to Robert Andrews, art supervisor, who assisted 
with the decorations and proved invaluable with ideas, both 
technical and decorative, in carrying out the theme. Evelyn Fogg 
and Beverly Lee, co-chairmen of the decoration committee, were 
also presented gifts from the class. 




Isle of Paradise 





KfcPORTED IN OLD COLONY MEMORIAL 

JUNIOR PROM 

One of the most ingenious settings possible was seen lost 
Friday night by more thon 500 people who thronged the Silver 
Lake Regional High School to enjoy the Junior Prom, based on 
a spectacular Isle of Paradise theme. A breath-taking back- 
ground was created from the clever ideas given to the dec- 
orating committee headed by Evelyn Fogg and Beverly Lee, 
co-chairman, working under the direction of art supervisor, Rob- 
ert Andrews. 

As one entered the gymnasium, his eyes were immediately 
drown to a miniature Pacific island set up in the middle of 
the hall. In the foreground sparkling music was played by 
Morshord's orchestra. A myriad of jewel spotlights featured a 
low bridge set in the middle of the lush green island among 
a setting of tropical trees, palms, flaming geraniums and a 
bird of paradise. Overhead swung a silver boll to which were 
attached graduated butterflies matching the larger mobile 
butterflies and flying fishes honging from the rafters. The walls, 
painted to give an ocean effect, were decorated with nets, 
flying fish and sea serpents. A painted skiff at the entrance 
contained a pink paper mache swan, nets and anchor, adding 
to the sea atmosphere. Guests were seated in the balcony, 
transformed into a mcxDn deck of on ocean liner with its flying 
penonfs and blue and white life savers. 

Miss Fogg, center of all eyes as she led the grand march 
with Class President Geoffrey Smith, was lovely in her own 
Creation, a light blue brocaded ballerina gown featuring a 
deep blue velvet ponier running from the tight bodice to the 
hemline. 

Marsha Joyce, class secretary, wore a sweeping heavenly 
blue all ruffled net and lace tulle over full hoops with matching 
mitts and a rose corsage presented to her by her partner, 
Jock Angley. 

Beverly Lee, co-chairman, her stately brunette beauty en- 
hanced by a flowing multicolored orchid chiffon gown, donced 
with Bob LoRoche. Patricio Bodore, with Robert Sturtevant, 
wore a rose net over taffeta with on off-shoulder effect; Ann 
Bray, escorted by Bob Blonchord, wore a lavender lace and 
tull^ with matching slippers. Mono Blom was graceful in a pale 
lavender full ruffled ballerina gown as she danced with Rob- 
ert Pimentol. Leonard Roby escorted Janice Mosher, a picture 
in a candy yellow ballerina chiffon with orchid sash. 

Not to be outdone by the students ^ere Mrs. Elinor Churchill, 
dean of girls and class advisor, who wore on ice blue 
brocade stree* gown and Mrs. Asa W. Glass, smartly attired 
in a long block silk dinner gown with a short white bolero, 
Mrs. Gloss, director of the grand march, was presented with 
flowers as was Mrs. Churchill for their long hours of working 
with the class in presenting the most successful social affair of 
the year for the juniors. 






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Compliments of a friend 

A friend 

The Luenings 

Francis Wilmarth 

Mr. and Mrs. Parker Glass 

Dexter Gasper 

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Joyce 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Hird, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 0. Kite 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Corrow 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Westgate 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Jones 

Dr. and Mrs. William Gould 

Mrs. Isaac Hathaway 

George A. Peck 

Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Benson 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Garuti 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Linwood Ellis, III 



SPONSORS 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hand 

Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Beane 

Mr. and Mrs. Butterfield 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred P. Lanzillotta 

Cindy Henrich 

Richard M. Deasy 

Mae Svirsky 

George W. Cushman 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bond 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Walker, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd M. Creighton 

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund F. Cavanaugh 

Mr. and Mrs. Mario D. Tassinari 

Miss Margaret Boornazian 

Mr. and Mrs. Winston Weston 

Dorothy W. Oliver 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nowlin 

Sarah A. Bennett 



Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. Call 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fratus 

Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Overton 

Mr. and Mrs. William R. MacKenzie 

Mr. Harold L. Blake 

Mr. Francis M. Moran 

Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm F. Peterson 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pierce 

Mr. and Mrs. Manuel M. Perry 

Mrs. Olive M. Hasson 

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall W. Joyce 

Miss Priscilla Sprague 

Mrs. Lillian A. Hamilton 

Donald H. Randall 

The 110 Syndicate 

Mr. and Mrs. Amedio Cavi 

Mr. and Mrs. Roland C. Kimball 

The Floaters from Moosebrook 



BUSINESS SPONSORS 



Kingston Builders 
Anne's Dress Shop, Hanson 
M.'s Food Bar, Hanson 
Hanson Laundromat 



Poirier's Bakery 

C. W. Mclnnis 

Cynthia's Beauty Shop, Hanson 

Alice's Beauty Shop, Hanson 



Dorothy Ann Shop 

Kingston Beauty Shop 

St. Joseph's Church 

A. Arushan, Cash & Carry, Bryantville 



L G. BALFOUR COMPANY 

"Known wherever there are Schools and Colleges" 

Class Rings and Pins 

Commencement Invitations — Diplomas — Personal Cards 

Club Insignia — Medals & Trophies 

Mr. Gene Manchester 
Attleboro, Mass. 



Compliments 



REGAL FACTORY SHOE STORE 



New England's Largest 
Self Service Shoe Store 

Men's, Women's, Children's Shoes 

356 South Avenue 

Whitman, Massachusetts 



Compliments 
of . . . 



SUPER MARKET 

150 SUMMER ST.. - KINGSTOhi, f^ASS. 



Compliments 

CAR LEASE CORP. 

Brockton, Mass. 

Kingston and Plympton 
Buses 




The Original 

JOHN DeLORENZO 
TURKEY FARM 

Route 3 — Duxbury 



Compliments of 



BENNETT'S SERVICE STATION 



Island Creek, Mass. 



Tel. Dux. 1121 



Fond Memories . . . 

MR. AND MRS. 
ROLAND C. KIMBALL 




Kingston, Mass 



Compliments 



of 



KINGSTON POULTRY 



Charles Nava 



THE STUDIO 

Fashions and Gifts for Mr., Mrs., and Juniors. 

This New England Country Shop is a joy to those who shop for fine 
merchandise, attractively displayed and moderately priced, 

THE STUDIO IN DUXBURY, MASS. 

Hours 10-5 daily Telephone 

Monday 1-5 Dux. 125 



Best Wishes to the Class of '57 



BUTTNER'S 



Plymouth 



OCKERS CO. 

Books Books 

REMEMBER THE BOOK FAIR 

Underwood Agents 

Typewriters — Adding Machines 

Portable Typewriters of All Make: 
at Budget Prices 

203 Main St. 

BROCKTON, MASS. 

Tel. 6028 

15 Main St. 

PLYMOUTH, MASS. 

Tel. 2255 



Tel. Kingston 541 Tel. Kingston 2604 

KINGSTON OIL & GAS CO., INC. 



Gas Appliances 
62 Main Street 



Oil and Gas Service 
Bottled Gas 



Heating Oils 
Kingston, Mass. 




MAIN OFFICE 

58 Main St. 
Plymouth, Mass. 

INSTALLMENT 
LOAN OFFICE 

20 North St. 
Plymouth, Mass. 

BRANCH OFFICE 
83 Summer St. 
Kingston, Mass. 



THE PLYMOUTH NATIONAL BANK 

Est. 1803 

A Friendly and Complete Banking Service 
for Both the Individual and Business. 

Personal Checking Accounts 
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Saving Accounts 

Foreign Exchange Remittance 
Christmas Club 

Safe Deposit Vaults 
Register Checks 
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Consumer Credit Loans 
Personal Loans 

Home Improvement Loans 
Collateral Loans 
Auto Loans 

Trust Department 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



Compliments 
of 

HERRICK AUTO SALES 

South Duxbury 



SUPER GOULDS MARKET i 




GOULD'S SUPER MARKET 

Kingston, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

B. F. GOODRICH 

Ouxburv, Mass. 



SWEETSER'S 



S. S. Pierce Groceries 



Wines and Liquors 



Duxbury 



Tel. 15 



Compliments 
of 

JOHNNY'S SERVICE STATION 

Kingston, Mass. 

Tel. 2851 

General Repair Work 



Route 58 



Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 

CARVER COUNTRY HOMES 

Homes — Cottages — Land 

Business Property — Shore Property 

Tel. Union 64509 



Carver, Mass. 



CHARLES L. SINNOTT CO., INC. 

Sales OLDSMOBILE Service 
Marshfield, Mass. 


HOWARD W. KERR 
Paint and Wallpaper Store 

Painters Supplies 

Builders Hardware 

Wallpaper — Toys — Games — Jokes 

Mattakeesett Street 

Pembroke, Mass. Cy. 3-7014 


MILLBROOK MOTORS, INC. 

E. LoRiNG, Prop. 

Willys and Packard 

Duxbury, Mass. Tel. 55 


Compliments 
of the 

KINGSTON RECAPPING CO. 

Prop. Leo McLaughlin 


STONE HOUSE GARDENS 

M. Moi.i.'V, Proprietor 

Two Stores 
Route 3 Route 123 

Norwell Telephone Norwell 120-W 

Potted Plants — Floral Designs — Cut Flowers 

Flowers for All Occasions 


GENTILE'S 
SUPER MARKET 

Leads in Food Values 

Meats — Groceries — Vegetables 

SELF SERVICE 

Route 58 Monponsett, Mass. 

CYpress 3-2411 


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Sales and Service 

112 Sandwich Street 

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Wai.tf.k McCann, Manager 

Tel. 1090 




INSUneO SAVINGS 

• When and as you wish 

• Regular savings, any amount 

• Bonus plan Monthly Savings 

Insured to $10,000 by U. S. Gov't Agency 

LOW-COST HOME LOANS 

• To build or buy 

• Repair or modernize 

• To refinance 

Phone Plymouth 324 



Plymouth Fedesal Savings 

and Loan Association 

Corner Court and Russell Streets 

PLYMOUTH. MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments of 


THE OLD BLACKSMITH SHOP 


Jet. Rte. 18 and 27 Whitman, Mass. 


For SEA FOOD at 


Its Best 


Come to 


TASSY'S 


Rte. 3 Kingston 


DELANO & KEITH 




WALK-OVER 


BERNARD'S 


SHOES 




Plymouth 




D. W. Besse 



CONGRATULATIONS 



from 



A YEAR 'ROUND FAVORITE 




National Cranberry Association 

Hanson, 
Mass. 




^^„ Whole < 





The South Shore's Finest 




KINGSTON SUNOCO 






CHASE WILD ANIMAL FARM 


Seat Covers Installed 






Picnic Grove Rides 


Automatic Car Washing 






Route 106 Halifax 


63 Main S'reet Kingston 




Compliments of 


Compliments of 


CHAPLIN'S DINER 


KINGSTON LAUNDROMAT 


Route 106 Halifax 


66 Summer Street 




Jean Bradlee 




TOWN BARBER SHOP 


THE ADAMS SERVICE 


BUSINESS HOURS 


JANITORIAL CONTRACTORS 


Mon 8 — 6 


Tues 9-8 




Wed Closed All Day 


Monponsett, Massachusetts 


Thurs 9-8 




Fri 9-8 


Tel. Cypress 3-2861 


Sat 8 — 8 


Route 106 Halifax, Mass. 


Compliments 


L. E. BOUCHARD CO., INC. 


of 


Plumbing and Heating 


FRANCES WILMARTH 


Timken Burners 


Kingston Cohasset 


Fuel Oils 


Imported and Domestic Casual Clothes 


82 Main St. Kingston 



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Route 106, Halifax 

"Shop at King's for the finest meats and 
vegetables sold anywhere" 

Quality Guaranteed 

Self Service 

Air Conditioned 


LONGO FLORIST 

Ernie and Helen 

Flowers for all occasions 

Florist telegraph delivery 

Phone Cy 3-6302 225 Pleasant Street 

Hanson, Mass. 


Compliments 
of 

HALIFAX CHICK 
EXPRESS, INC. 

Halifax 


BOSWORTH'S GARAGE 

School Bus Service 

Calso Gasoline 

Route 106 Tel. Cy 3-2161 

Halifax 


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(Union Shop) 

Walkey's Corner, Hanson 

Hours: Tues. thru Sat. 8-6 P.M. 
Friday 'til 7 P.M. 


Compliments 
of 

SKIPPY'S, INC. 

Kingston, Mass. 


Compliments of 

MEINHOLD'S SERVICE AND 
GARDEN SUPPLY 

Liberty Street Hanson 


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Everything Photo'- 
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Cypress 3-2564 




Route 3 Corner of Broaclwav 

Hano\er. Mass. 

Hrs. 9 A.M. — 9 P.M. 

Apparel for the family 

Casuals and Tailoring 




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COMPANY 

Plvniouth. Massachusetts 
Established 1824 



PETE'S DRIVE-IN 
RESTAURANT 

A & W Root Beer 

Car Hop Service 

55 Main St. Kingston 



MARLENA'S 

The Family Store" 

Men s. ^omen s and Children s ^ ear 

Halls Corner So. Duxbury 

Tel. 586 
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Lumber — Building Material 

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Tel. CYpress 3-6333 



Best Wishes to the Graduates of 1 957 



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THE COLONIAL SHOP 

Early American Furniture 

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Tel. CYpress 3-7094 

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Congratulations 
to the Class of 1 957 

M & M 
SPORTING GOODS CO. 

PLYMOUTH 
TEL 1915 35 MAIN ST. 



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PLYMOUTH. MASS. 



Compliments of 

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PEMBROKE STREET KINGSTON. MASS. 



SMITH'S 



INTERSTATE 
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Main Street Extension 
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SHIRETOWN MOTORS, INC. 

Sales Ford Service 

WATER STREET PHONE 1407 PLYMOUTH 



SUNSHINE SUPER MARKET 

RALPH GOVONI. Prop. 
Meats and Groceries 

133 Main Street 
KINGSTON 

Tel. 466 or 2018 


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Est. 1946 

Route 14, Pembroke, Mass. 

"MADE TO BETTER THE BEST" 

Taylor 6-2282 

HOMEMADE 

Ice Cream, Bread, Pies, Cakes 

Pastries, Cookies 


SCUAC 

JOHN E. JORDAN CO. 

1 Main Street 

PLYMOUTH. MASS. 

Tel. 283 


MARINE COMPASS CO. 

Pembroke, Mass. 


KINGSTON NURSERY 
AND FLOWER SHOP 

J. E. RUPRECHT, Prop. 

Expert Floral Designing, Plants 

Cut Flowers, Etc. 

Florist — Nurseryma n — La ndsca ping 

Also Rustic Cedar Fencing 

KINGSTON, MASS. TEL. 8775 


Compliments 

of 

THE GOVERNOR 

JOHN CARVER SCHOOL 


KINGSTON SUNOCO 

Seat Covers Installed 

Automatic Car Washing 

63 MAIN STREET. KINGSTON 




J & A, Almeida Mkt. 
Alves Shoe Store 
The Green Thumb 
I. Bennotti Mkt. 
Broccoli Mkt. 
Cannevazzi Mkt. 
Ceccarelli Cleaners 
Contente's Shoe Store 
Cantoni Coal & Oil Co. 
Danforth's Home Bakery 
Ernie's Grill 
Jose Fonseca Fruit & Veg. 



Johnny's Shoe Repair 
Knife's Mkt. 

A. Maccaferri & Son Shoes 
Mando's Furniture Co. 
No. Plymouth Garage 
No. Plymouth Liquor Mart 
No. Plymouth Hardware 
Padovani Pharmacy 
Perry's Mkt. 
Plymouth Sign Co. 
Royal Palm Donut Shop 
Puritan Garage 



Dino Rossi & Son 
Sea Side Grill 
Sheehans Variety Store 
Star Lunch 

Stein's Furniture Store 
Shwom Bros. Dept. Store 
Sherman Furniture Co. 
Valente Bros. Florists 
Volta Barber Shop 
Volta Oil Co. 



COBB & DREW. INC. 



Makers of 
RIVETS BURRS WASHERS 




TACKS ^& STAPLES 



Kingston, Massachusetts 



MAYFLOWER 



WORSTED 



COMPANY 



EDGAR W. LORING, INC. 


Compliments of 




CRANBERRIES 


BENSON'S REST 




COAL WOOD 


Ruth & Joe Donahue 




Tel. 8633 Kingston 


School St. Bryantv 


ille 




Visit the New 






Alpine Room 




Compliments 






of 


CLUB WANDER INN 

Pembroke Rte. 27 




HOSEA'S 


Floor Show & Dancing 
Every Friday & Saturday 




ERICKSON'S 


Compliments 




SERVICE STATION 


of 




Tires — Batteries — Accessories 


M. B. SHEPHERD, JR. 




Route 14 Pembroke, Mass. 


Pembroke, Mass. 




CYpress 3-9351 








Read about it in 




Compliments 


THE SILVERLAKE 




of 


NEWS 

Serving the Towns of 




L. W. JENNEY 


Pembroke, Hanson 
Halifax, Plympton 




South Carver, Mass. 


and Kinkston 
Tel. CYpress 3-7279 





Pumps 

Well Supplies Plastic Pipe 

Water Conditioning Equipment 

AETNA ENGINEERING CO. 

Hanover, Mass. Tel. TAylor 6-2341 


Compliments to the 
Class of '57 

BENOTTI'S MARKET 


Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1957 

HAYWARD'S GROCERY STORE 

4 Corners Halifax 


MacFARLANE MOTORS 

Distributors of 

Hudson Motor Cars G-M-C Trucks 

Rambler Automobiles 

Complete Repair Service 

70 Summer St. Tel. Kingston 1534 


Compliments 

to the 
Class of 1957 

BRYANTVILLE MOTOR SALES INC. 


Compliments of 

KEATING BROS. 
Shell Service Station 

Route 44 & 58 
North Carver, Mass. 


JOHN L. BAILEY 

Kingston 2718 

Water Ski Instruction and Equipment 

Colonial Reproductions 

Small Boat Repair 


Compliments of 

HARRY F. PIERCE 

RETAIL LUMBER 
Pembroke 



COLE'S 


ROSEN 




WATCH REPAIR SHOP 


FURNITURE CO., INC. 




Diamonds — Pens — Jewelry 


3 Floors of Fine Furniture 




Lighters — Shavers 


Complete Home Outfitters 




Hamilton and Wyler Watches 


Phone 1600 




Open Daily 8 a.m.— 6 p.m. 


Whitman, Massachusetts 




77 Summer St. Kingston 


"Quality for Less— Since 1920" 




Compliments of the 




HOBOMOCK INN 




SALLY'S DRESS SHOP 




Whitman, Mass. 




Congratulations 


WRIGHrS GREENHOUSES 




Class of 1957 


Flowers Telegraphed 




KINGSTON LUMBER COMPANY 


Anywhere 




14 Main Street 


"Say It with Flowers" 




Kingston, Mass. 


Tel. 543 Ki 


ngston 



JORDAN'S PHARMACY 

Prescriptions 
Biologicals 
Kingston, Mass. 

Tel. Kingston 2595 


STURTEVANrS 
Ice and Oil Service, Inc. 

Fuels, Oils & Bottled Gas 
Halifax, Mass. 


Congratulations to the 
Class of '57 

STEELE & FARRINGTON 

Tel. Kingston 333 
43 SUMMER ST. KINGSTON 


Compliments 
of 

WOOLWORTH CO. 

Plymouth, Mass. 


ROBY'S INC. 

Established 1938 
Carver. Mass. Tel. UNion 6-3311 

BOTTLED GAS RANGE AND FUEL OILS 
HOME APPLIANCES CENTRAL HEATING 
GAS AND ELECTRIC HOT WATER AND HOT AIR 
WATER HEATERS FLOOR FURNACES 


ANGIE'S MUSIC SHOP 

16 Main Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

Tel. 1932 



BENJ. LANG AND CO., INC. 

Groceries and Provisions 
GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

Bryantville, Mass. 
Telephone CYpress 3-6461 


JOHN E. JOHNSON, JR. 

MASON 

Tremont Street 
South Carver 


Compliments of 

DESROACHE'S 
SERVICE STATION 

South Carver 


ALVIN R. REID 

Insurance that Insures 

Real Estate 

Hanson, Massachusetts 

Tel. CYpress 3-6336; 3-6441 


THE CLAM HUT 

Rt. 27, Hanson 

Luncheons, Dinners, Dairy Bar 

Specializing in Pizzas 

Italian and Sea Foods 

Open Every Day Tel. CYpress 3-2801 


JOHN W. GOGGINN AND SONS 
FURNITURE 

Main Street, Plymouth, Mass. 



Congratulations to the Class of 1957 


Mr. and Mrs. KENNETH G. HENRICH 


Compliments 


Compliments of 


JOHN HAMILTON, INC. 


NINE OWLS 


Main St. Kingston 


Pembroke, Mass. 


DRESSMAKING 


Compliments of 


by 


BOURGET'S 


ARLENE 


PIONEER STORE 


CY 3-6303 


East Carver, Mass. 



LORING STUDIOS 



216 Main St. 



Brockton, Mass. 



Compliments of 

MAYFLOWER AWNING 
COMPANY 


PLYMOUTH MEN'S SHOP 

WILLIAM R. CAVICCHI 

Distinctive Men's Wear 

Ift MAIN STREET 

Tel. 341 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

PURITAN CLOTHING CO. 

Modern Store for Men and Boys 
AND 

PURITAN TAILORING DEPT. 

Cleaning Tailoring 
Fur Storage 

56 MAIN STREET PLYMOUTH, MASS. 


HILL & TYLER 

Contractors and Builders 
SCITUATE 


GEORGE V. BUTTNER 
STORES 

READY-TO-WEAR 

Marshfield Plymouth 
Tel. 590 Tel. 290 



KINGSTON NEWS STORE 

GEORGE McSHERRY 
79 Summer St. Kingston 



KINGSTON 
SHARPENING SHOP 

Skates — Lawn Mowers — Saws 

Lawn Mowers Bought and Sold 

JOSEPH R. McMANUS 

Elm Street, Kingston, Mass. 



RONALD H. LORING 

Mason 

WINTHROP STREET 

Kingston 



CAROLYN'S 

Mattakeesett St. Rt. 14 

PEMBROKE 

Pizza Fish and Chips 

Spaghetti and Meat Balls 

Fried Clams 

Orders to Take Out 



LORING^S 

'Fine Repairing — a Specialty" 

25 Main Street 

PLYMOUTH 1601 




J. J. SHEPHERD & SONS, INC 

Est. 1825 

"Over a Century of Dignified Service" 

Funeral Homes at 

PEMBROKE— KINGSTON— WHITMAN 



NOTARY PUBLIC 



INCOME TAX SERVICE 



WARNSMAN INSURANCE AGENCY 

Edward C. Warnsman, Jr. 
42 SUMMER STREET. KINGSTON. MASS. 

Real Estate and Insurance 
INSURE TODAY BE SURE TOMORROW 




Gifts 

Dry Goods 



KINGSTON 



Hardware 
Housewsres 



HOTEL MONPONSEH 

Fine Foods 
Route 58 Tel CYpress 3-6633 



Tel. Kingston 2222 
KINGSTON BLOCK CO.. INC. 

House and Cesspool Blocks 

Mason Supplies 

Cesspools Built 

72 MAIN ST. KINGSTON 



HENDRIE'S ICE CREAM 

Favorably Known for 72 Years and Still in 
a Class by Itself 

"MADE FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE*^ 

131 Eliot Street BLuehills 8-7850 Milton 87. Mass. 

IO'/2 Nelson Street Plymouth 160 Plymouth, Mass. 



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